When it comes to female entrepreneurs, minorities lag behind in starting and sustaining a business.
But a local woman is hoping to change that.
She's reaching out to girls in high school to get them started early on their careers.
“I did want to sell to from ages six to 18 for girls. But you know parents have money so parents will have to buy it,” says student Aujaneek Gibson.
Ninth grader, Aujaneek Gibson is describing who she plans to market her hair accessories to.
For Tasneem Serville, her most pressing issue is whether to have a brick and mortor store or a kiosk for her personalized jewelry.
“Once I build up my reputation I’ll open a story,” she says.