Suffering caretakers she didn’t like was out the question for Noa Mintz, who started babysitter-matching service Nannies by Noa at age 12. Today, she artfully balances high school and success as an entrepreneur.
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The enterprising women featured in our latest crowdfunding column want to educate others through innovative texts, delicious dishes, chic hairstyles and more.
At age 16, Juliette Brindak started a popular tween website. Then she learned the hard way that there are ups and downs not just to growing up but also to growing a business.
The creative women featured in our latest crowdfunding column show the richness of women’s visions and ventures.
Sherri Franklin, inspired by her affection for senior dogs, created a San Francisco organization called Muttville that has rescued thousands of them.
The women featured in our latest crowdfunding column are using their creativity to reimagine how we view and interact with the world around us.
Aviva Weiss, founder of kids’ therapeutic toys and tools purveyor Fun and Function, helps children with special needs through research-inspired, parent-approved products.