Dr. Nana Afoh-Manin launched MyCovidMD to help Black and brown neighborhoods impacted by coronavirus.
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We’re working on a special 3-part podcast series to mark the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment.
Believe it or not, there are some people who like being trapped in their home, writes The Story Exchange’s extrovert editor.
Jules Pieri started The Grommet to spotlight original products made by small businesses. But she believes many makers will shutter because of their dependence on Amazon.
The former TV host and her brother combine forces (again) on Goodpods, a podcast player and social network.
After a rollercoaster experience applying for loans through the Paycheck Protection Program, women-owned businesses wonder how soon they’ll get funds.
Thank you, ladies, for keeping us entertained during challenging times.
For Lynn Hummer, founder of Pregnant Mare Rescue, her work continues amidst shelter-in-place orders.
Her Manhattan studio shuttered due to coronavirus, Kristine Frailing of the New York Sewing Center is teaching classes from her Brooklyn apartment.
The coronavirus outbreak forces yoga and fitness studio owners to move quickly to Zoom, Instagram and other platforms to sustain their businesses.
Around the world, 45 million amputees lack access to a prosthetic limb. At UMass-Lowell, plastics engineer Erin Keaney is designing a solution.
Coronavirus could decimate an industry of independent business owners who pride themselves on maintaining control over chaos.
Women entrepreneurs who sell products say they’re facing serious delays or production halts.
Paty Funegra is the founder of La Cocina VA, a social enterprise that helps unemployed Latino immigrants find jobs in the food industry by teaching them food and language skills.
We asked women business owners to tell us how they’re preparing for a potential global pandemic.