Gloria’s story of a troubled childhood and not having a College Degree makes her success all that much sweeter. Now in her 60’s she has recently accomplished an even higher goal. Join us.
Gloria Freeman, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Minneapolis-based Olu’s Home, Inc. and Olu’s Beginnings LLC, saw a critical need for community-based services, has dedicated her career to helping fill that need, and in the process became a successful entrepreneur. In 1999, Gloria founded Olu’s Home, a licensed care organization that provides residential and in-home services to persons with developmental disabilities, mental illness and elderly. The company operates ten residential and two assisted living sites within the Twin Cities area
While developing her business, Gloria has continued her education by participating in the Small Business Administration’s Emerging Leaders Initiative, an intensive MBA-level training program for executives of high-potential. In addition, Gloria attended the Harvard Business Publishing through the Women Presidents’ Organization.