Episode 78 of the Child Care Genius podcast is here, and I’m flying solo for this special Black History Month edition. Throughout February we’re highlighting four African American owners that have made history in their markets and are doing incredible things. Today, join me as we sit down with the dynamic duo, William and Vaudrien Ray, owners of Ruby’s Academy in South Carolina.
In this episode, we explore the journey of William and Vaudrien in the child care industry, delving into the challenges and triumphs that led them to establish Ruby’s Academy. Named after Vaudrien’s grandmother, Ruby, who ran a one-room schoolhouse, with an extraordinary legacy. Listen as we discuss their unique approach to honoring family members by naming classrooms after those with exceptional character.
William and Vaudrien open up about their successful partnership, sharing valuable insights into the strategies that have fueled their growth. They highlight how CCGU coaching showed them the importance of defining “lanes” and sticking to them. Discover the transformative lessons they brought back from the CCG Leverage conference in Jamaica, gaining a fresh perspective on business and entrepreneurship.
William and Vaudrien stand as a shining example of successful coaching in the child care business, showcasing resilience and dedication. Their story is an inspiration for anyone looking to make a positive impact in the child care industry. Tune in to hear their remarkable journey.
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