NYCHA Resident Featured in the News

NYCHA Resident Featured in the News

Richmond Terrace resident Denise Angela Miller was recently profiled in the Staten Island Advance for her “DAM” That’s Good Cake! business. She is a graduate of NYCHA’s Food Business Pathway program, a free food business training program that helps NYCHA residents and NYCHA Section 8 voucher holders reach their dreams of starting or growing their own food businesses.

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