Summer 2017

Sweet Success

Andi Wolfgang, N16, turned her passion for chocolate into a business.

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Photo: John Soares

Nine years ago, Andi Wolfgang, N16, and her sister decided to make chocolate a little less sinful, but no less delicious, by cofounding Nama Kiss (namakiss.com) to make treats with organic, antioxidant-rich cacao and raw local honey. Now, she shares lessons learned as a teaching assistant for a new entrepreneurship course (learn more).

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