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For Amy Hagstrom Miller, providing high-quality reproductive care to women is a mission.
The first Native American Interior Department secretary talked with us in 2018 about her fight for jobs and the environment.
Jessica Schreiber left New York’s sanitation department to launch Fabscrap. She’s still reselling textile waste, despite the pandemic.
Bonnie Tyler invented the Negg to peel eggs. She never anticipated counterfeiters on Amazon were waiting to pounce.
Meena Sankaran is the founder of Ketos, a water analytics startup that aims to detect toxins and leaks in the water supply.
Dr. April Patterson, founder of Dr. Patty’s Dental Spa, recalls being one of just two Black women in dental school. Now, she’s elevating her own profile to be a role model to others.
Angela McIver, owner of Trapezium Math, says the pandemic has only worsened the gap between children from low-income families and necessary math skills.
Lisa Love’s firm, Tanoshi, aims to bridge racial, educational and digital divides for low-income kids.
Dr. Nana Afoh-Manin launched MyCovidMD to help Black and brown neighborhoods impacted by coronavirus.
Katrina Thompkins opened her e-commerce store, K’dara CBD, just as the coronavirus crisis was starting to take hold in the U.S.
The numbers don’t lie: business ownership is harder for Black women. That’s why we’ve launched a new series, “Her Perspective,” on Black women’s startup experiences.
Dreena Whitfield launched WhitPR with a hyperfocus on Black-owned businesses, individuals and organizations.
Judi Henderson, owner of Mannequin Madness, now hopes for a sea change for Black people in the business world.
For Lynn Hummer, founder of Pregnant Mare Rescue, her work continues amidst shelter-in-place orders.