During the day she runs a restaurant called Wicked Berry Seafood right out of her own kitchen.
"My dad was a really big entrepreneur. He was like the first barbershop in Philadelphia who had 15 open chairs, so he was always opening businesses. So I just kind of like you know, crawled into his footsteps," said Nathaniel.
What's her secret to doing it all?
"You eat good, and just don't worry as much and give back," she said. "Our philosophy is every year we want to give something really big back to the community."
Wicked Berry Seafood has been open for three years, and each year Teshona dedicates a percentage of sales right back to the community.
"Last year for Thanksgiving, we actually fed over 200 people," said Nathaniel.
Next, Nathaniel set up a stand in front of her father's barbershop, giving away book bags for children going back to school. And right now she's raising money to put together suitcase care packages for children moving around in the foster care system.
"I was adamant about every case having a journal because I feel like going through that you should be able to express yourself. And if it's not by writing, or you know, sketching, you should just be able to kind of like put down your thoughts and feel hurt," said Nathaniel.
She says her love for the city of Philadelphia is what drives her.
"Hopefully somebody watches it and says, I want to do something like this," said Nathaniel.
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