In this 1,000 Stories update, Satya Ishaani Pandey talks about her focus on organic beauty.
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The San Francisco native says she was inspired by her small-business-owner parents to create the crowdfunding platform.
Financial adviser Manisha Thakor wants to “link women’s empowerment and personal finance, so women’s voices can soar.”
As part of our with the New York Times, we profile Kristine Jones of New England Flagger Services.
The Association for Women in Science seeks to rectifying the systemic issues facing STEM women.
Danielle Gletow of One Simple Wish discusses how her venture has helped foster children.
Scientist Amy Sheng of CellScope is designing a device to help moms diagnose kids’ ear infections.
AP Computer Science nearly derailed Melody McCloskey’s career in tech. Today she’s running StyleSeat in San Francisco.
Delia Viader finds a better business model after her entire inventory goes up in smoke.
PlumbTalk, Inc. CEO Shelley Plumb talks through the experience of letting feelings dictate finances.
In this 1,000 Stories update, Nadine Cino of Tyga-Box Systems chats about her company’s digital developments.
Using comedy to examine those old stereotypes about girls’ career aspirations.
The Story Exchange marks its third anniversary of celebrating, informing and supporting women business owners.
The National Girls Collaborative Project brings together organizations in support of girls in STEM.
Shaan Kandawalla pushed gender norms in her native Pakistan. Now, she’s ready to take on the U.S. tech scene.