Happy 4th of July—celebrate your independence!
As we all come together for 4th of July BBQs and fireworks, we wanted to take a minute to raise our glass in honor of those who have achieved self-employment success. Working for yourself is no easy trek, which is why we want to highlight some of our incredible members who have shared their stories with us about how they achieved independence!
Karen is a Stride Member & member of the juice bar, Whey to Go in Marietta, Georgia. Prior to this, she worked as a Community Outreach Coordinator for Enroll America, where she trained volunteers to host enrollment events in lower income communities and spread the word about the importance of affordable healthcare.
Paul is a Stride Member, a physician assistant, and a harmonica player for the Ryan McGrath band. The Ryan McGrath has for two Grammy winners and played for a Colts game, a Lambeau field tailgate area, a Bengals game, and two WI Badgers games.
Based in San Francisco, California, Handstand was created by a group of friends who loved going on crazy adventures with one another. Now, they create meaningful and memorable experiences for others to do the same by creating team bonding events that encourage collaboration, get people moving, and foster relationships.
Jay Chanthalangsy, fed up with the intensity and lack of family time associated with his full time job, quit and began driving Uber full-time. This is his story.
After losing $5,000 in benefits from her corporate accounting gig, Amy Welker went out on her own to pursue her passion of nutritional coaching.
Randy Spock decided his life's purpose was to maximize the happiness of others. Here's where that journey has taken him...