Rochelle Graham-Campbell and Demond Campbell, renowned entrepreneurs of Alikay Naturals, are celebrating 12 years in business. Demond Campbell, co-owner of Alikay Naturals, told The Sunday Gleaner that when his wife started the business in 2010, both of them were pursuing tertiary education. “When Rochelle started the business, I offered assistance whenever I could, but as the business grew, I gave it my full attention,” said Campbell.
Both Jamaican by birth, the couple migrated to the United States, and as luck would have it, met two years later in Florida. Now they are working together to build Alikay Naturals.
Graham-Campbell was excited as she shared that the brand had partnered with The Harriet Hall Foundation, a non-profit organisation, for their annual Alikay Cares Foundation Back to School Drive, a charity event for schools in Jamaica. Under this initiative, the foundation works with participating schools on the island to raise funds for school supplies and daily lunches for girls. Collaborating with Black Onyx World, the main goal is to provide resources needed to help mould vibrant and driven young women and prepare them for a brighter future.