Ann Landers said that opportunities are usually disguised as hard work, so most people don’t recognize them. Jing Johnson has never shied away from hard work. Maybe that’s why so many opportunities seem to come her way. Congratulations on her latest achievement – graduation from the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses program!
After 14 weeks of intensive classes, group meetings, 1-on-1 discussions, and so many late-night study sessions, Jing graduated with the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Business Cohort 31 earlier in December. The immersive program is designed to help small business owners develop, assess, and implement their growth opportunities and create more jobs in the marketplace.
Jing worked alongside a very diverse and accomplished group of local business owners from all walks of life with businesses of all shapes and sizes. The passion and drive of the extraordinary business owners was contagious and inspiring!
It’s not surprising that Jing’s cohort members selected her as one of the co-ambassadors to serve the group as they continue their growth journey.