Hustle mentality led Johnson-Williams to open her contracting and woodworking firm

By , Special to the Daily Memphian Updated: October 16, 2018 4:00 AM CT | Published: October 15, 2018 10:47 AM CT
<strong>Trinette Johnson-Williams, working in her Midtown workshop, has launched her own contracting firm, TJ Builds, producing custom woodwork and providing construction and project management services for commercial and residential projects.</strong>&nbsp;(Photo courtesy of Darius B. Williams)

Trinette Johnson-Williams, working in her Midtown workshop, has launched her own contracting firm, TJ Builds, producing custom woodwork and providing construction and project management services for commercial and residential projects. (Photo courtesy of Darius B. Williams)

When Trinette Johnson-Williams was 7 years old, she built a go-kart inspired by “The Little Rascals.”

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