McDonald’s franchisee Marissa Fisher striving to leave a legacy

Rolling out sat down during its inaugural Peace and Purpose 2020 retreat with second-generation McDonald’s owner-operator Marissa Fisher. Fisher shared her insights during a panel discussion about female leadership styles. The retreat was held virtually Dec. 4-6, 2020. How do you define your purpose? My purpose is defined by my spiritual relationship with God and […]

McDonald’s franchisee Andre Hill finds purpose in serving community

Rolling out recently sat down with second-generation McDonald’s owner-operator and techpreneur Andre Hill at its inaugural Peace and Purpose 2020 conference, which took place virtually Dec. 4-6, 2020.  Hill participated in a panel discussion about the role of mentorship in the development of communities and shared a few words about what peace and purpose mean […]

Larry C. Tripplett explains how NBMOA aids African American McDonald’s owners

Larry C. Tripplett is the chairman and CEO of the National Black McDonald’s Operators Association, a 48-year-old advocacy group for African American owners of McDonald’s franchises. He has been an owner-operator in California’s Pacific Sierra region since 1988 and was one of the founders of the Pacific Sierra’s BMOA chapter. Tripplett shared with rolling out […]

Joni Thrower-Davis is a lawyer, McDonald’s owner and historymaker

Joni Thrower-Davis’ family has owned McDonald’s franchises for more than 30 years. On Nov. 21, 1989, her family opened up their mother ship location on Mack Avenue and the Chrysler Freeway on Detroit’s east side, so she literally grew up in the restaurant and its surrounding community. Thrower-Davis’ dad is former Detroit Lions NFL cornerback […]

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