C4W Business Member Profile: Kathryn Hollis Peters, Seeking Indigo

kathrynpetersWhat is your profession? Visionary and Founder of Seeking Indigo.  Seeking Indigo is a unique 6000 square foot comprehensive retail and  wellness experience offering clients an extraordinary opportunity to engage, shop, heal and awaken.

What do you enjoy doing outside of your career? Anything outdoors.  Travel is my passion.  Although I thrive on working with cultures around the world, specifically in  Bali and India,  it’s always amazing to come home to Charleston.  We are so very fortunate to have a plethora of options in this beautiful town – my favorite pastime is just walking the streets of downtown Charleston with my beloved goldendoodle.

How long have you been a member of the Center for Women? I have just rejoined as one of my New Years resolutions.  Something everyone should consider.

What inspired you to become a member? The Center is making amazing progress and doing such extraordinary things for our community.  I’m excited to be part of this opportunity to touch the lives of so many women.

What kind of impact has the Center for Women had on you? I spoke years ago for the Center for Women.  Telling my story of the trials and tribulations of starting a new business  and the many rewards of  running your own company hopefully inspired many to follow their dreams.  I have always admired Jennet and the work she is doing.  The Center for Women also serves as a perfect opportunity for businesses and individual networking.

How has living day-to-day as a woman affected you? It hasn’t always been easy but being a woman in business.  The good news is that  we now have tremendous opportunity as there  is a shift happening of how women are viewed… as leaders, visionaries and goddesses in their own regard. Organizations like the Center for Women help make this possible.

What kind of message would you like to send out to women who are trying to succeed in today’s economy? Go forward with confidence and perseverance.  That which doesn’t kill us makes us stronger.

How can people connect with you?

katpeters@me.com

www.seekingindigo.com

twitter   @seekingindigo

facebook :  www.facebook.com/kathryn.h.peters

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