Rosie Ginday MBE interviewed in honour of International Women’s Day.
Miss Macaroon featured in Positive.News this week as they spoke to female entrepreneurs for International Women’s Day. Rosie Ginday MBE, CEO of Miss Macaroon, spoke about how her background as a high-end pastry chef, teaching English and opening a community Vegan restaurant led her to setting up Miss Macaroon, a social enterprise company which supports young people with barriers to employment.
Ginday has now helped 54 young adults through the MacsMAD program through a 10 week course developing key skills and providing mental health counselling and psychotherapy. Ginday continuously works hard to try and get as many people through her program as possible as there are around 8000 people in the midlands struggling for work.
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