Seven years ago, Tammira Lucas was running her own consulting business while also raising her daughter. Four-year-old Ryann was born into entrepreneurship. Both of her parents owned businesses, so she was understanding when her mother and father had work to do.
However, Lucas felt guilty every time her daughter was forced to sit with her iPad while she and husband were working.
In 2016, she opened The Cube Cowork with her sister in Baltimore County to ensure that entrepreneurial mothers like herself would not have to choose between having a career and raising a family. The coworking space provides affordable babysitting services to remove the barrier of childcare for parent entrepreneurs.
Now, The Cube Cowork has relocated to Baltimore City and expanded from a 1,200-square-foot space to 15,000 square feet, making it the largest Black-women-owned coworking space in the United States. On Oct. 23, the company will celebrate its ribbon-cutting and grand opening at the new Harford Road location. Read more...
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