Young Georgia businesswoman Mariadith M. Carter savoring the best of both worlds as an entrepreneur, author

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SEIZING THE MOMENT — After acquiring an Associate of Arts Degree from Saint Leo University, Mariadith M. Carter wasted little time delving off into the business ownership arena, having established Kab 4 Kidz Transportation Service, her Savannah, Georgia-based children’s taxi service, which is believed to be the first of its kind in that city.

For a 26-year-old, it’s safe to say that Mariadith M. Carter is wise beyond her years.

Consider, for instance, the remarkably compelling strides Carter has made in recent years in this ever-so-competitive entrepreneurship industry.
In fact, after acquiring an Associate of Arts Degree from Saint Leo University, Carter wasted little time delving off into the business ownership arena, having established Kab 4 Kidz Transportation Service, her Savannah, Georgia-based children’s taxi service, which is believed to be the first of its kind in that city.
“Growing up I quickly realized that my entire family were entrepreneurs,” Carter, a native of Tallahassee, Florida, told Making Headline News this week. “I knew that I would soon open my own business at just 14 years old.”

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“What I love most about being in business is offering a service to busy families and jobs in my community,” said Carter, adding that she’s working on a new project that will help children with hand-washing skills. “Kab 4 Kidz caters to all family dynamics, from working mothers to single fathers.”

Much to her delight, she has been as good as advertised as a young, thriving, flourishing entrepreneur.

Never mind that Carter’s illustrious journey to achieving entrepreneurial success has come amid a rash of obstacles, a trend that, given the slew of hurdles about which she had the clear, have helped shaped and equipped her into the woman of destiny for which she is widely known.

Carter gave birth to her first child at the tender age of 17. Still, even that life-altering challenge wasn’t enough to deter her from fulfilling her educational and business-related goals.

All things considered, Carter is giddy of the notion that she has blessed to savor what undoubtedly is the best of both worlds, particularly an entrepreneur and author.

If nothing else, such an encounter only fueled her fervent desire to possess and embrace all that life has to offer — head on.

“At 17, I gave birth to my first child and that was the motivation I needed to become the woman God created me to be,” Carter said.

And the rest, as they say, was history.

Two years after birthing a healthy baby into the world, Carter became a full fledge business owner, all the while being the afforded the golden opportunity to routinely span the globe.

Two years after birthing a healthy baby into the world, Carter became a full fledge business owner, all the while being the afforded the golden opportunity to routinely span the globe.

“I’ve traveled to several countries and visited countless states,” said Carter, a 2019 recipient of the T. McCoy Cornerstone Award.

That’s not all she’s done to essentially reinforce that arguably her best and brightest days are well ahead of her.

A little more than a year ago, Carter made her authorship debut when she witnessed the much-anticipated release of Tummy Tunes.

In Tummy Tunes, Carter vividly takes you on a journey of food and tunes with her daughter Hassani and friends, according to a synopsis of her book at Amazon.com.


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A little more than a year ago, Carter made her authorship debut when she witnessed the much-anticipated release of Tummy Tunes.

Interestingly, through song, fun, and vibrant illustrations, Hassani and friends subsequently eat broccoli, french fries, chicken, spaghetti, ice cream and other yummy foods.

A book that is comprised of 22 pages, Carter’s Tummy Tunes is available to children ranging mostly in the three-to-five-year-old age bracket.

“I published this book, because I saw the impact it had on my classroom,” Carter explained. “Before I opened Kab 4 Kidz, I was the lead preschool teacher at Kidzplace, the largest childcare facility in Garden City, Georgia.


“I had a classroom full and the children needed more than the normal story time session, so I began to create songs and books to teach and entertain them. Honestly, the children in my classroom inspired me to publish my books.” — Georgia Entrepreneur Mariadith M. Carter


All things considered, Carter is giddy of the notion that she has blessed to savor what undoubtedly is the best of both worlds, particularly an entrepreneur and author.

GOD’S PLAN — Carter gave birth to her first child at the tender age of 17. Still, even that life-altering challenge wasn’t enough to deter her from fulfilling her educational and business-related goals.

“What I love most about being in business is offering a service to busy families and jobs in my community,” said Carter, adding that she’s working on a new project that will help children with hand-washing skills. “Kab 4 Kidz caters to all family dynamics, from working mothers to single fathers.

“It’s imperative that my story is known, because many people get discouraged about life when things aren’t working in their favor,” Carter added. “But if you stay driven and keep God as the apple of your eye, your vision will come to reality.”

Even at a tender 27 years of age.


For more information about Savannah, Georgia Businesswoman Mariadith M. Carter of Kab 4 Kidz Transportation Service, to inquire about a public appearance, speaking engagement or book signing, call 912.266.9477 or connect with her company via social media at: https://www.facebook.com/kabforkidz.taxi.


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