- I don't bother nobody. I'm a real nice girl. Kind of laid back like a dead squirrel. Da ha, da ha, da ha ha ha ha. On a more serious note, I was born in Brooklyn, NY, then after nine years moved to Richmond,VA and lived there for thirty years. Lived in Fayetteville,NC for two and a half years. I lived in Savannah,GA for two years. I'm back in Richmond right now. I'm a recently divorced Christian BBW foodie concerned about human rights, ex-offender re-entry, recovery from all addiction, behavioral health,natural beauty,healthy living,etc. Right now I'm a caregiver,for the elderly,children and those with special needs and I am also trying to become a professional restaurant reviewer and blogger as well as looking for partners,investors & other resources to open a diner in the Bay Area of California or in Savannah Georgia
Tuesday, March 11, 2014
Jamyce Vinson...Baker,Innovative Entrepreneur,Accountant,Career Training and Development Educator
Vinson opened the bakery,Sweetopia LLC on Jan. 24,2014 at 221 E. Clay St. Richmond,VA 23219 in the historic Jackson Ward area. In July,she signed a two-year lease for the 1,500-square-foot space. Vinson, 50, said it took $20,000 of her personal savings to start the business. She got some help from an online campaign,on the site Kickstarter.com that raised $2,300. She sells coffee, pastries, cakes, breads and will also include vegan and gluten free goods. “A lot depends on what the demand is,” Vinson said. “From what I hear, there is a bigger demand for gluten free.”
Jamyce Kenova Vinson,from Rockville,CT,has been selling her baked goods in Richmond for since 2008 at the West End and the Carytown Farmer's Market under the name Midterm Munchies. She has a bachelor's degree in accounting and a master's in production and operations management. She was an accountant in for twenty-five years,but decided to make a career change. So,she went to culinary school & cake decorating school to make that change. She has also managed a bakery before.