MayaCamille Broussard is a creative entrepreneur, designer and culturist. In 2009, Broussard opened Three Peas Art Lounge in the South Loop of Chicago. As a curator, Broussard made viewing and collecting art less intimidating by incorporating a bar inside of her gallery and by featuring rising stars of the art world such as Amanda Williams, Hebru Brantley and Krista Franklin. After closing Three Peas Art Lounge, Broussard continued her work as a curator and designer while also spending a significant amount of time developing recipes for her current venture, Justice of the Pies.
Justice of the Pies, a bakery that specializes in sweet and savory pies, was founded in memory of her late father, Stephen J. Broussard. The elder Broussard, who dubbed himself the “Pie Master”, was a criminal defense attorney with a passion for baking and eating anything made with a crust! Justice of the Pies was established to celebrate his love for pies and to honor his belief that everyone deserves an opportunity to reform their lives. In addition to providing amazing pies, quiches and tarts, MayaCamille is focused on positively impacting the lives of those who work for Justice of the Pies.
A Chicago native, MayaCamille Broussard is a graduate of Howard University (BFA) and Northwestern University (MA).
A Conversation with Black Women Entrepreneurs in Celebration of Black History Month
In honor of Black History Month - and on the heels of Women's History Month - Walker's Legacy + GA are proud to partner to present a panel to discuss one Black women entrepreneurs.