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Cheryl Isaac

Cheryl Isaac is an immigrant entrepreneur, raised in Liberia, West Africa, until she was a teenager—a product of the first Liberian civil war. She is a columnist for Forbes, an MFA candidate at the University of Tampa, a digital business strategist for retail businesses, and a member of U.N. Women, the United Nations entity for gender equality and the empowerment of women. She writes about issues that affect women and girls around the world, and about business: both international business and startups. Prior to starting her own business, she was a retail and small business banker and planner. She is currently working on a memoir about her experiences growing up during the first Liberian civil war.

Ten Things I Can’t Do Without

1. My MacBook Air
2. Books: a couple in my bag, on my nightstand, and on Kindle
3. Morning cup of espresso, evening cup of tea
4. Netflix
5. Pens, highlighters, and a notebook
6. A partner I can count on (a.k.a. the hubby)
7. Opinionated discussions over a glass of wine
8. A nice soak tub
9. Scented candles that smell like food
10. Pandora