International Women’s Day on 8th March 2016 was an exciting day for me as I had been invited to a reception at No 10 Downing Street.
Inside the room was buzzing with women from all over the UK, most hoping to get a minute to talk to the then Prime Minister David Cameron. I was expecting the event to be full of business women, but it was quite different. There were scientists, teachers, nurses, carers, women who started support groups dealing with trauma – slavery, bereavement and other tough issues. Women championing breakfast clubs for children in need. These were wonderful, ordinary women leading extraordinary lives; selflessly committed to the greater good of many.
Having a kefir business is my little bit of good out there… We are not just a business, we are our own micro community of people working together, reaching a larger community of people we hope will benefit from drinking Nourish Kefir.