The founder of Chicago-based Open Books has built a high-impact literacy nonprofit by applying everything she learned as a serial tech entrepreneur.
Donna Peal founded the non-profit Pro Bono Network to make volunteering easy for stay-at-home moms on hiatus from legal careers.
The upstate New York flower farmer is creating a farm and flower business that gives her the life she wants.
Heather Sandford is pursuing a three-legged strategy to grow her New York pig farm and meat business, The Piggery.
Samantha Stephens, founder of OatMeals in New York, is warming bellies and hearts while realizing her long-held dream of transforming oats into an all-day dish.
Sharon D. Virts, founder and CEO of FCiFederal, is betting the corporate culture she’s building will vault her firm to the top of American business.
Producer Ebonie Smith is trying to raise the visibility of female song writers, beat producers and hit makers.
TamTam, an LA-based singer/songwriter who was born and raised in Saudi Arabia, has found a creative way of using her voice for equality.
Up-and-coming venture capitalist Sarah Kunst is doing her part to revolutionize the tech and investing industries, despite colleagues with outdated views.
Shaherose Charania, the entrepreneurial force behind Women 2.0 and Founder Labs, was hooked on the Internet ever since she first logged on in high school.
Female merchants at New York’s Union Square Holiday Market tell us how business has been this season.
A New York lawyer popular with entrepreneurs becomes one herself.
The San Francisco native says she was inspired by her small-business-owner parents to create the crowdfunding platform.
As part of our with the New York Times, we profile Kristine Jones of New England Flagger Services.
The co-founder of Tin Shingle talks about what makes her tick and provides tips for “brand storytelling.”