Remarkable Women: Adrienne Whaley & Charisse McGill

Adrienne Whaley

First on the program this week, we have Adrienne Whaley, Director of Education and Community Engagement for Museum of the American Revolution. The museum is open weekends and there's plenty to see, do and learn -including a Revolution Speaker series, Artisan Workshops and special events for Women's History Month... Adrienne shares all the details.

Charisse McGill

Also, small businesses were hit particularly hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. How did Charisse McGill, Founder of Lokal Artisans Food, keep it all together? Like so many, she did the 'pivot' and kept a pivot diary, tracking it all.

Not only does Charisse make the best French toast you'll ever try...she's also the first woman of color to have a beer in Pennsylvania to have her own signature beer. It's a great entrepreneurial story to share!

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