Sara Cinnamon of Abiogenix has invented a way to make taking medicine safer and easier.
Young Women to Watch
Tech and Nature Meet to Help Mothers-to-Be
Through OvaPal — the brainchild of entrepreneur Giovanna Scheidler — women can take control of family planning using their own biology.
Opening the Eyes of High School Graduates
Through her social enterprise, Global Citizen Year, Abigail Falik hopes to train the next generation of leaders.
Giving Wallpaper a Makeover
With stylish and removable patterns, Chasing Paper’s Elizabeth Rees is shaking up a staid industry.
Beauty Tips, With a Dose of Sanity
Alexis Wolfer’s TheBeautyBean.com seeks to offers health and beauty advice without contributing to unrealistic body image expectations
A Rodeo Designed for Special-Needs Participants
Ann-Erica Whitemarsh started Rascal Rodeo to give people with disabilities an active outlet.
When You Need a Bus, a Simple Way to Book Travel
Inspired by a roadtrip and motivated by immigrant parents, Polina Raygorodskaya creates Wanderu.
Creating the Killer Beauty-Booking App
StyleSeat, created by entrepreneur Melody McCloskey, connects customers with salon professionals.
Easing Parental Stress with Technology
weeSpring founder Allyson Downey is connecting new and nervous parents with quality products endorsed by those who know best.
Shining a Light on Latin America’s Artisans
Amanda Judge of Faire Collection finds a rewarding career in the markets of Ecuador.
Meet 10 Young Women to Watch in 2014
The Story Exchange’s first-ever list of promising young female entrepreneurs shows a generation that is blowing through barriers.