Fashionista and all-around girl boss Karen Buscemi joins Danialle Karmanos to chat about her new book, All That We Hide, and her passion for serving the community through her various business ventures, including the Detroit Garment Group and Detroit Sewn. Then, Metro Detroiter Kanu Mehta shares the emotional journey of becoming the full-time caregiver for his wife, Sumi, who was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease six years ago.
Karen Buscemi is the founder and president of Detroit Garment Group, a 501(c)(3) public charity dedicated to educating Southeast Michigan’s fashion community. She also serves as CEO of Detroit Sewn, a full-service sewing and dye sublimation shop in downtown Pontiac. But wait, there’s more! Buscemi is also an accomplished author — her new book, All That We Hide, is available now. In this episode, she discusses her passion for serving the community, as well as her writing process.
Next, you’ll want to grab a tissue for the story of Kanu “KC” Mehta. KC is the full time caregiver for his wife Sumi, who was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease six years ago. He tells the heartwarming story of meeting his wife in India and the life they built together here in Michigan before everything changed. An engineer by trade, KC’s role as a husband evolved along with the disease. He talks about his journey of personal growth.