How a Milwaukee mom turned misfortunate into new beginnings

How a Milwaukee mom turned misfortunate into new beginnings


June 8, 2020

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For Susannah Lago, a layoff from her corporate job and personal grief hit hard all at once. But it caused her to pause and take inventory of what’s most important in her life, and led her to become an innovative entrepreneur and creating a network to help other area moms do the same

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