Women In Charge: Everyday People's Co-Founder Saada Ahmed

  /  03.15.2017

Internal struggles can either hinder you or push you toward amazing, new heights. Heights that have never been personally reached before. Ones that can help you create new ideas that eventually transcend into a booming business. That exact revolutionary moment is what happened for Everyday People’s co-founder Saada Ahmed.

The young entrepreneur spoke openly about her trials with anxiety and the effects that it has on her personally. However, with her drive, Ahmed has used her struggles as strengths that have helped her in creating social events that are both enlightening and uniting for people of all colors.

Check out our Women’s History Month feature on the beautiful and determined Ms. Saada Ahmed.

Women In Charge | Everyday People’s Saada Ahmed pushes through personal struggles to build booming b

YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE

YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE

View More

YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE

YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE

View More

Trending

2022 sneaker release roundup | 'Rate 'Em'

For the season two finale, “Rate ‘Em” hosts Legendary Lade and Ashley Hall get together ...
  /  12.30.2022

Keke Palmer is using her KeyTV platform to give back and showcase talented Black creators

In this exclusive REVOLT interview, Keke Palmer talks KeyTV, refusing to be pigeonholed, her new ...
  /  01.19.2023

REVOLT teams up with Jason Lee for new uncut and candid talk show

The media mogul will be hosting “The Jason Lee Show,” premiering on REVOLT today (Jan. 17).
  /  01.17.2023

50 Cent reveals Dr. Dre didn't want "21 Questions" on his debut album

50 Cent said on “Big Boy’s Neighborhood” that Dr. Dre wanted “21 Questions” featuring the ...
  /  01.17.2023
View More