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Meet Me at the Intersection of Housing, with Guest Dawn Kelly

Dawn Kelly, founder of the New York-based healthy food and beverage restaurant The Nourish Spot, chats with Shelterforce's Schlonn Hawkins about the connection between entrepreneurship, housing, building communities, and more.

Shelterforce’s CEO and Publisher Schlonn Hawkins recently hosted another installment of “Meet Me at the Intersection of Housing,” a Facebook Live series. This time around, Hawkins chatted with Dawn Kelly, founder of the Queens, New York-based healthy food and beverage restaurant The Nourish Spot.

Watch and listen as Hawkins and Kelly discuss entrepreneurship’s connection to housing, building communities, and more.

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