Roni Sivan’s hand-woven Cambodian scarves caught editors’ eyes in our TSE ‘Gifts With a Mission’ Guide.
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Colleen DeBaise, our director of digital media, presented our list of socially conscious stocking stuffers made by female entrepreneurs.
Adriana Rodriguez, an Austin mom of two, needed more cash flow after she launched a bilingual school.
Sheila Duncan created Trouble the Dog, featured in TSE’s Gift Guide, after cancer losses in her family.
In today’s Gift Guide spotlight: Heidi Fausel of Frisco, Texas, whose gourmet eggnog had us swooning.
Today we feature Victoria Lynden of Kohana Coffee, whose aromatic brew roused the sleepy editors of our Gift Guide.
Felena Hanson launched her female-only coworking space after surviving a near-fatal wreck.
Today we feature Sarah Gross of Rescue Chocolates, whose tasty treats turned editors’ heads in our Gift Guide.
One-time prosecutor Joi Gordon quit the legal profession to lead nonprofit Dress for Success. She talks to lifestyle expert Claudia Chan about how a suit can change a woman’s life.
High-profile entrepreneur Ingrid Vanderveldt talks to women’s lifestyle expert Claudia Chan about her own challenges and her plan to help the world’s female entrepreneurs
Women’s lifestyle expert Claudia Chan talks to baker extraordinaire Eleni Gianopulos about cookies, motherhood and happiness.
Across the country, women are headed to City Hall, while female voters turn down efforts by abortion foes to take office.
Business groups met with House lawmakers this week to get a bill on the floor by year’s end. We take another look at what immigration reform could do for women entrepreneurs.
Latina trailblazer Nina Vaca resurrected her failing tech company and turned it into a major industry player.
Sheela Murthy was an unsympathetic boss. A walkout forced her to change.