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In our last post, we discussed how Carolyn’s dream was born, and how this led to our starting Reason to Bake, a gluten free cookie company.
Today’s post is the second part of our five-part series, entitled "Giving Wings to Dreams–Creating Career Opportunities for Your Special Needs Child." In this post, I will talk about foundational truths from which we operate our business.
When you meet Carolyn Sampson, the first thing she will tell you about herself is “I am a baker.” What makes this statement remarkable is that Carolyn was born with Down Syndrome.
Today, Carolyn is not only a baker, but she is the face of Reason to Bake, a gluten-free artisanal baking company located in the mountains of North Carolina.