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Episode 12: The Uniqueness Factor with Nikki Reineck of Sisters in Style

Frederick Factor January 5, 2022

Show Summary: For our final episode of Season One of the Frederick Factor, our guest is Nikki Reineck, the owner and CEO of the clothing boutique Sisters in Style. Nikki shares her journey as a business owner and discusses how Sisters in Style evolved from an at-home business to opening a storefront in Frederick, Maryland and a facility in Indianapolis, Indiana. Nikki is also part of the deaf community, and her employees are all deaf as well. She shares with us the unique experience people can have in her store and how communities can make events more accessible and inclusive […]

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Episode 11: The Culture Factor with Elizabeth Chung of the Asian American Center of Frederick

Frederick Factor December 22, 2021

Show Summary: Our guest for today’s episode is Elizabeth Chung, the founder and Executive Director of the Asian American Center of Frederick. The AACF brings together cultures, helps people become citizens of the US, and supports immigrants with essential skills to be independent and successful contributors to our communities. With passion and dedication, Elizabeth shares her journey creating AACF and growing the many successful programs that are powerfully impacting individuals, strengthening communities, and creating ripple effects throughout society at large.  Show Notes / Highlights from the Show: The original inspiration behind starting Asian American Center of Frederick (AACF) How the […]

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Episode 10: The Hope Factor with Aje Hill of I Believe In Me

Frederick Factor December 15, 2021

Show Summary: We’re sure this conversation with Aje Hill will leave you as inspired and as it left us. He shares his story of going from a “dope dealer” in his youth to becoming a “hope dealer” today. After going to prison at a young age, Aje had a wake-up moment where he decided that he believed in himself. Since then, he has committed himself to serving the community, helping at-risk youth through his nonprofit, I Believe In Me, Inc. He continues to serve “hope” everywhere he goes — including this episode! Show Notes / Highlights from the Show: Aje’s […]

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