Stories of entrepreneurial women around the world who are building great companies, breaking through barriers and cultivating economic and social good.

A Shared Sweet Tooth Leads Two Female Founders from Stage Lights to Sidewalk Tours

Allyson Tolbert and Sarah R. Morgan met as actresses and bonded as foodies. Now, as cofounders of Sugartooth Tours, they’re showing tourists and locals the sweeter side of New York City.

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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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A Female Pilot Soars as a Niche Entrepreneur

Chelsea Abingdon Welch is the female founder of The Abingdon Co., which makes high-end watches for women in male-dominated pursuits like flight and diving who are tired of settling for “a pink or small version of men’s stuff.”

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