Once Immigrated refugee now the most successful entrepreneur in New Jersey. Adenah Bayoh grew a multi-dollar business after she escaped from the civil war in Liberia.
This Young inspirational woman escaped the civil war at the age of thirteen in her native country of Liberia and immigrated to the United States.
Now she owns IHOP franchises in Newark, Paterson, and Irvington, New Jersey. She also owns a real estate development project portfolio with several major residential and commercial urban development worth more than $ 250 million.
By the age of 27, the entrepreneur started IHOP franchisees in the country, making her one of the youngest franchises in the country. Now she is the founder and CEO of Adenah Bayoh and Companies. Recently, Adenah launched Cornbread, her signature line of fast-casual, farm-to-table, soul food restaurants.
Adenah Bayoh is a philanthropist, involving her business to help grow the community along with her business. she runs free breakfast programs and dinners for needy families on holidays and allows to hold charitable events in IHOP locations.
All before the age of 30, She has an empire. She owns a diversified portfolio in real estate around $ 250 million in urban real estate development.