I decided that in my thirties—I turned 30 this year—that I wanted to have my own business. I'd always admired people who ran their own business and I read a lot, tons of interviews on ‘how do creatives have their own business’? How do you make the leap from working for someone and having full-time security to being out on your own? And everyone seemed to be able to figure that out by their early thirties and they never talk about it an interview, but they seem to get it together. I've just always had it in my mind, that I'm going to get it together to do that in my thirties. So somehow, I did that magic and .... it's just nice to close out this time of leading from within a company to going to lead out on my own, as my own proprietor so to speak.
Breanna Goodrow was born in Worcester, Massachusetts in 1989. She lived in Worcester for the first five years of her life and then moved to Holden, Massachusetts, a town directly next to Worcester. She attended Worcester Arts Magnet before moving and then attended elementary school in Holden as well as middle school and high school. After high school, Breanna got into her top choice college and attended the School of Visual Arts in New York City. In New York she interned with fashion designer Michael Nash. That was the first of many including Inside Edition and Seventeen magazine. After college, Breanna got a job in Portland Oregon as a senior designer. She lived in Oregon for four and a half years before moving back to the Boston area. Once back in Boston, she got a job as a creative director for a company focusing on the healthcare technology industry. After working there for a few years, she is now beginning to start a business with her fiancé in the Boston and Worcester areas. Breanna currently lives in Worcester and doesn’t plan on leaving anytime soon. She believes Worcester is a city on the rise and has great potential for businesses and families.