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Jaslyn's Tulsa Remote Journey: Putting Down Roots and Embracing Entrepreneurial Resources

Meet Jaslyn, who moved from Orlando, FL to Tulsa through the Tulsa Remote program. From diving into the vibrant community to intentionally putting down roots and purchasing her own home, she has embraced Tulsa with open arms.

Amidst her health journey, Jaslyn was pleasantly surprised by Tulsa's diverse and accommodating food scene, especially spots like Que Gusto and Inheritance Juicery, offering Instagram-worthy bites tailored to her health-conscious lifestyle. 

But it's not just about nourishing her body – Jaslyn is also feeding her entrepreneurial spirit. As a black female founder, she's tapping into Tulsa's rich history of black entrepreneurship, surrounded by a supportive network that recognizes and breaks down barriers. From Build in Tulsa’s pitch competitions to 36°N’s Incubator Program, Tulsa offers entrepreneurial resources unlike anywhere she's ever seen.

Tulsa Remote Staff
Tulsa Remote Staff

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