Sometimes in the mess of it all--through the media and the inflated stories we hear, we lose sight that we’re all human. What I appreciate most about Miki is how real she is--how she shows up, her willingness to share, and her commitment to moving the needle.
I grew up in a very entrepreneurial family where taking risks and the path “less followed” was actively encouraged. This risk taking mentality was balanced by unconditional support and a “we’ll be here if shit hits the fan” type of love. This duality in my upbringing and family today has been key in pushing me to become a founder and taking risks in my personal and professional life.