Shamika Moody figured out what she wanted and went after it. Right after high school, the native Philadelphian was enrolled at Hampton University, studying accounting. Soon, she realized that it wasn't for her. “I didn't like it when I got there,” she recalls. “The idea of baking for a career kept popping into my head. I was home for break one time, and my mom said I should look into culinary schools.” Soon, Moody had changed her direction, enrolling in a baking and pastry program at the ...
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