On this Franchise Friday we take a moment to recognize native New Yorker Migdalia Ortiz of Richmond Hill, NY. It was a passion for the arts that brought Migdalia to Abrakadoodle in 2013 following a career in Business Administration and Information Systems. At the launch of her new venture, Miggy said, “The creative side of Abrakadoodle attracted me. I was seeking a business opportunity that reflected my passion for children, education and the arts; it had to be meaningful, and Abrakadoodle gives me the freedom to make a positive difference in my community.” Abrakadoodle of Queens is making a difference in the neighborhoods of Astoria, Forest Hills, Glendale, Howard Beach, Kew Gardens, Maspeth, Middle Village, Ozone Park, Rego Park, Richmond Hill, Ridgewood, South Richmond Hill, Sunnyside, Woodhaven and Woodside with quality art education in the form of preschool classes, after-school programs, summer camps, in-school field trips, birthday parties and even creative art parties for adults! When Miggy hangs up her Abrakadoodle apron each day, she enjoys spending time with her three daughters and supporting them in their dynamic pursuits in the arts and sports. Congratulations to Miggy and her committed team of teachers for all the good work you do NYC!