Our next Equity in Entrepreneurship Business Spotlight shines on Carla Gordon, of Cultur’Chic Boutique.

Carla specializes in lightweight wood, hand painted eye-catching wearable art jewelry.

“My business idea is useful,” says Carla, “because we all need to look and feel beautiful. Self-care comes in many different forms. Throughout history, jewelry has been used to highlight one’s personality. My jewelry will highlight your personality with personal beautification through color, style, and self expression!”

She feels the EE program will help her achieve my goals by helping her find her greatest potential.

“I now know that knowledge without effort will not bring me success. This program will give me the knowledge so I can put forth the effort to reach my goals. I will know the common pitfalls so I will be aware to avoid them. The EIE program will assist me in being more organized, focused, and make better choices in my business decisions in the future.”

You’ll be able to learn more about Cultur’Chic Boutique during Carla’s 1 Million Cups presentation on December 16.  Please join us in celebrating Carla’s work and her achievements in taking her company to the next level. And be sure to check out her beautiful work at her website and follow along on her social media to see where she’ll be showing and selling locally.

If you’d like to be part of the next Equity in Entrepreneurship cohort, check out the EE page and register here.


The Equity in Entrepreneurship program is a collaborative effort of AMRoC Fab Lab, Grow to Greatness Ventures and the Small Business Development Center, and made possible by Support from Truist and Florida Blue Foundation.