Cassandra Bryan, left, started the website design company that bears her name five years ago, with programmer Levi Mabe as her first employee. “It’s very important that they love what they do,” Bryan said of her six employees. “There’s nobody telling anybody they can’t try something.”
Cassandra Bryan, left, started the website design company that bears her name five years ago, with programmer Levi Mabe as her first employee. “It’s very important that they love what they do,” Bryan said of her six employees. “There’s nobody telling anybody they can’t try something.” Correspondent
Cassandra Bryan, left, started the website design company that bears her name five years ago, with programmer Levi Mabe as her first employee. “It’s very important that they love what they do,” Bryan said of her six employees. “There’s nobody telling anybody they can’t try something.” Correspondent

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