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Elizabeth Hart, Malden Resident, Helps Disadvantaged Women Find Work

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Chris Caesar

Ten years ago, Elizabeth Hart left a well-paying paralegal job in downtown Boston to pursue what she called the "perfect marriage" of her two life-long ambitions: to start a business, and give back to her community.

The Malden resident started "Tailored for Success," a downtown-based non-profit organization helping economically disadvantaged women return to the workforce. Due to high demand, the group expanded to include men in 2008.

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