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Andrea Camacho

Growing up in the dance world, Andrea Camacho was surrounded by her craft for years. When she became an adult, she decided that opening The Centre School of Dance would fill her soul. Now in it’s 10th season, The Centre is much more than a dance studio. Hear how Andrea took a small dance studio and transformed the community to support dancers in their trade as well as their personal growth as well.

Kellie Fitzpatrick

Born and raised in a small town in the Upper Cumberland, Kellie Fitzpatrick had a great for others.  As a young mother, she decided to create a jewelry line that would allow others to wear a quote that would remind them of certain things throughout their day.  That was just the beginning for Kellie. Listen to this week’s Powered By Her to learn more about what Kellie and done and more importantly, where she is going! 

Tyna Bryan

Working in the trucking industry, Tyna Bryan learned a great deal about Department of Transportation regulations. After a tragic event with her own business, she decided that things needed to change. After quite the journey, she found The Biz Foundry and people to help her develop an app that would allow trucking companies to easily follow regulations. Learn more about what it took for Tyna to launch a software to change the DOT standards in this week's Powered By Her.

Sarah Olsen

Having been raised in an entrepreneurial home, Sarah Olsen decided to move away from the corporate world to open up her own business centered around unique sweet treats - Pops & Gumdrops. Located in downtown Cookeville, Pops & Gumdrops aims to provide treats that you normally wouldn't find around town, and something that appeals to the after-dinner crowd. Learn more about Sarah's journey this week on Powered By Her.

Cigi England

TTU alum, Cigi England did not plan to move back to Cookeville and become and entrepreneur.  After working for a some time in the fashion industry in Atlanta, she found her career at a cross roads. Learn more about the journey of starting Cigi's Boutique as well as what she does to continue to power the business. 

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