A city entrepreneur turned rural entrepreneur teaches other ranchers and their kids how to grow their brand and launch their own businesses
Prior to her current title of rancher, Mary Heffernan spent years in the Bay Area as a founder and CEO. She successfully opened and ran 10 small businesses with her husband, Brian. The endeavors include a tutoring center, floral shop, and two farm-to-table restaurants. Now, she’s singularly focused on all things Five Marys Farms. The name honors that Mary and her four daughters were all named Mary after strong and memorable grandmothers and aunts on both sides of the family.
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