This Week’s Featured IMAHustlerPreneurTM
Today’s featured IMAHustlerPreneur is Teisha Campbell a young and accomplished HustlePreneur from Orange County, California. Her HustlePreneurship is a many-fold and fascinating journey that includes unwavering determination, inventive entrepreneurship from an early age, and compassion for other hustlers.
Today’s featured IMAHustlerPreneur is Teisha Campbell a young and accomplished HustlePreneur from Orange County, California. Her HustlePreneurship is a many-fold and fascinating journey that includes unwavering determination, inventive entrepreneurship from an early age, and compassion for other hustlers. Teisha’s primary hustles right now include co-managing The Sisterhood Women’s Foundation (https://www.facebook.com/thesisterhoodwomensfoundation/) and managing a financial services company.
Teisha Campbell is a determined young HustlePreneur from Orange County California. Teisha is a self-described serial entrepreneur who has made her mark in a variety of niches. Teisha began her HustlePreneurship journey after high school: she was working at a bar. Working at this bar taught her charisma, how to handle money, and how to encourage people to tip her more. This first hustle really motivated Teisha to begin other hustles. This began as an inventive vending machine business. Teisha purchased and strategically planted vending machines throughout Orange County! This business venture unlocked Teisha’s love of entrepreneurship and being her own boss. Additionally, Teisha’s unique vending machine hustle taught her about profits, losses, and ‘the basics’ regarding how to run a business.
As her life went on, Teisha wanted to transition into a business model that helped people rather than sold unhealthy snacks. Teisha transitioned into starting up her very own nutrition and fitness center . This center echoed her passions of living a healthy life with daily fitness, meditation, yoga, and proper nutrition. Teisha found that pursuing her passions through her wellness-promoting business was infinitely more rewarding than simply worrying about her downline. With continued success and impressive profits, Teisha wanted to apply herself to finance so she could figure out how to save and invest. Learning all she could about finance along the way, Teisha became a financial educator and began a WealthBuilders office in Orange County in order to teach families about finances and what investment vehicles they can utilize to maximize their future and retirement.
Quickly becoming a success in the finance world, Teisha wanted to spread her wings and continue helping people. Knowing that she could offer advice to other entrepreneurial women, Teisha started The Sisterhood with three other co-founders: Chiara Reese, Megan Dorsey, and Christiana Burak. The Sisterhood’s tagline is, “She’s not your competition, she’s your sister” with their primary goal being to create a sense of entrepreneurial community and support the Sisterhood’s nearly 1,500 members through both the tough times and the simpler times.
Teisha’s life hasn’t entirely been success story after success story though. Throughout her life she’s had to overcome many obstacles. One of the largest hurdles Teisha has had to overcome and, continues to deal with today, is her intersectional identity as both a multicultural individual and woman in a business-finance space: a space that’s statically dominated by white men. But these hurdles enable Teisha to be stronger, more compassionate, and harder working than everyone else working around her. Teisha recalls when she was six years old, her dad took her to a park where girls her age were playing on a playground. These girls came up to her and teased her, saying, “Ooo black people, why don’t you wash your skin off?” At the time, this made her feel belittled, unworthy, and as if she didn’t belong. As Teisha grew up she realized that this moment was one of the greatest days of her life: what she really got out of this incident was compassion, empathy, and eventually an understanding that she does belong because she’s had to work twice as hard to achieve that belonging.
Teisha has also been married to her husband, Daniel Montez, for a bit more than one year. A phenomenal motivator and inspiration for her, Daniel suffered from a serious heart attack even though he’s only 37 and otherwise healthy. This was the biggest shock of Teisha’s life and one of the hardest things that either of them has ever had to go through. Daniel was in the hospital for about two weeks but couldn’t even visit her husband due to COVID-19 restrictions. Forced to be apart, these two weeks were some of the hardest days that Teisha and her husband has ever experienced. Teisha is extremely grateful for The Sisterhood and her co-founders’ unwavering support during this extremely challenging and uncertain time in her life. Thankfully, her husband is healthy now and since then they’ve been even more appreciative of their time together.
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