Girl Smarts founder Dianna Flett hopes her leadership workshop series will empower elementary school girls.
Children's Goods & Services
Stories of women entrepreneurs selling products or offering services meant for kids.
“The Bridge Effect is the program that I never had as a parent when I needed help with childcare needs.”
“Creating literally saved my sanity after having Postpartum Depression. I used this newfound passion and turned it into a positive, profitable business.”
Chelsea Harden’s The H.E.A.R.T. Center offers therapeutic riding lessons to children with physical, emotional and behavioral challenges.
“Success to me is helping these families that are sleep deprived or do not have enough comfort in their lives.”
“We are the change we have been waiting for.”
Danielle Gletow created One Simple Wish to bring joy to America’s invisible children.
“My biggest success is my customers believing in my product.”
“I looked for a tool that I could enjoy in my home, specifically my son’s room that could continuously inspire adults to have educational conversations with George…and I couldn’t find it. So I created it.”
“No matter what setting I was in, I encountered children who struggled with social skills and lacked healthy coping strategies.”
“I always say that true empowerment means sustainability.”
“I developed Little Loving Hands which allows children to have direct, hands-on impact to helping others and learning about who, why, and how they are helping.”
“I have more than 5 years of experience working in the technology industry, so it occurred to me to find a digital solution to this problem.”
“When I am aware of all the challenges, dilemmas and roadblocks that a woman entrepreneur faces, I inherently have a great respect for every one of them.”
“My mother and I are best friends, and we always love to do creative things together. We knew we wanted to start a business that would allow us to grow something together and also use our creativity.”