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Contributions to support small and women/minority owned business:

Lisa contributes to various organizations through volunteering and monetary donations. She supports the local Girl Scouts, has developed a college internship program to help young women attending college and partners with various business owners to provide referrals, mentoring and support. She coordinates, sponsors, publicizes and hosts an annual event allowing other women business owners to showcase their products and services. She also shares space inside her boutique with independent business owners and allows female owned business to display their products. She consistently volunteers her talents, teaches classes and spends time working with various organizations for women, cancer patients and those suffering from Alopecia and has been invited to keynote and represent women minority business owners. Ms. Amosu has recently launched her non-profit organization LEAP, Ladies Empowering All People which provides complimentary hair replacement systems, breast prosthesis, clothing, accessories and complimentary makeovers for women and children who suffer with Cancer and Alopecia. The non-profit’s mission is to encourage and help women through the emotional toll the disease has on most patients.

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