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Daphne Mallory is a family business expert and entrepreneur. She shares her story and advice on becoming an entrepreneur.
Daphne Mallory was born in Lyberia, West Africa, one of the poorest countries in the world. She was also born with a passion for entrepreneurship and family business. Daphne is an attorney and expert on family business. On this episode of the How to Quit Working Show, Daphne shares her journey and advice on starting a family business.
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Daphne Mallory, Esq. is an Entrepreneur Magazine Contributor, media personality, and international speaker and trainer on Family Business and Real Community Development. She blogs on family business and entrepreneurship education at daphnemallory.blogspot.com. She posts videos of her radio programs and other tips on her YouTube Channel: Family Business, Pinterest and Facebook Fan Page: Daphne Mallory, Esq.
Billboard Magazine described Daphne as “Engaging Fans… Forging a New Path.” Her work and life has been featured on ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC, The Dr. Oz Show, Self Magazine, Woman’s Day, Essence Magazine, Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly, Brown Alumni Magazine, Black Enterprise and more.
She is the talk show host and producer of Family Business with Daphne on 103.9 FM KDKI. She appears as a guest expert on other television and radio programs. She has written over 1,000 articles for national and web publications.
Daphne is originally from Liberia, one of the poorest countries in Africa. Her father was sent to Oxford University by his company which paved the way for her to attend school in London after his return, as a child, and alone. She learned to develop an entrepreneurial mindset and leadership skills to survive in three different countries: Liberia, England and the United States.
She serves on numerous boards and is passionate about training low-income families, older adults, individuals with developmental and physical disabilities, refugees, and other “invisible” members of communities in leadership and business skills.
Some of her awards include a Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition from the House of Representatives, In Recognition of Making a Difference and Having a Positive Impact on Your Community; Rhode Island Department of Elderly Affairs for serving the Highest Traditions of the Legal Profession by Contributing Legal Services to the Senior Citizens; The North Carolina Bar Association: Pro bono work for low income families; First Place Winner of Treasure Valley Weight Loss Competition and Second Place Winner for the Magic Valley (same year; over 44% of body weight)
She is proud to be a member of Rotary International.