In 2017, we’re profiling entrepreneurial women who are addressing social issues in innovative and inspiring ways. Here’s why.

Julia Warren: Bringing Joy to Kids in Poverty

Meet young entrepreneur Julia Warren, who brings birthday joy to kids living in poverty. She started nonprofit Celebrate! RVA, which throws volunteer-staffed birthday parties in the Richmond, Va., area, when she was just a high school student.

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Providing A Way Forward From Hate

Angela King, co-founder and deputy director of Life After Hate, helps former white supremacists and members of hate groups become productive members of society. With hate crimes on the rise in the U.S., can she help turn the tide?

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How a Mother’s Grief Inspired a Mission

After the murder of her son, Monique Willis founded a nonprofit to help families cope with the loss of family members to violence. Through Momma on a Mission, she offers comfort, while sparking conversations between civilians and police.

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