Rowena Scherer’s business eat2explore is fostering a love of cooking, learning and all things international in children.
Children's Goods & Services
Stories of women entrepreneurs selling products or offering services meant for kids.
Angela McIver’s spin-off business Dinner Table Math empowers parents to build strong, confident math learners.
Dianne Berkun Menaker’s Brooklyn Youth Chorus is tackling everything from race and identity to gender and sexuality — and making students’ voices heard.
Rana Dajani of We Love Reading has transformed a tiny nonprofit into a sprawling social enterprise. Here’s how she got funders to come to her.
Maya Shalev’s Grabease utensils help teach babies how to feed themselves
Ruth Rau created fair trade toy company Mouse Loves Pig
Brittany Rose started More Than Cheer to teach confidence and leadership to fellow young female cheerleaders
Rana Dajani has raised millions of dollars, trained thousands of volunteers, and worked with an estimated 100,000 kids to foster a love of reading.
Julie Burtnette and Laura Johnson founded the Des Moines Children’s Museum after seeing a need in their community.
After Getting Laid Off, She Started Her Own Business With a Plan to Solve an Age-Old Baby Wardrobe Problem
Allison Childs says she has come up with a foolproof bootie that stay on your baby’s feet.
Steffanie Lorig, who spent 20 years running Art with Heart, has successfully left the nonprofit she founded. It’s now in Heidi Durham’s capable hands.
“I wanted to do something that would honor these girls and plant in their hearts that they are worthy.”
Julia Warren started nonprofit Celebrate! RVA to throw birthday parties for underprivileged children in the Richmond, Va., area.
“I love sharing knowledge and I think this is how people grow.”
“So far I’ve made 800+ children very happy on their birthdays and I love hearing back from their parents about what receiving a bike means to them.”