Creating and designing aprons were initially only meant to be a hobby used as a means of healing and remaining focused during a time of a serious illnesses.
Education & Training
Stories of women entrepreneurs working in the fields of education and professional training.
To create jobs for recent graduates from schools and universities and to empower women through education and social media.
I founded Mentor Me to provide a better way of matching and managing mentoring relationships. Mentor Me is technology built to help mentoring programs build great futures.
Provide technology educational opportunities to the underserved, which will result in entry level careers in any industry that utilizes technology.
While photographing the slums of Haiti, I encountered children living under extreme conditions with no clean drinking water, education or much in the way of material goods.
At the young age of 12, I was unable to find volunteer opportunities for youth under the age of 18.
To offer a cutting-edge, top of the range, quality education to the Nigerian child even at a time when standards are falling.
Deep inside me I had always wanted to be independent and be free of restrictions, but at the same time do such work that would help change the lives of the people I worked with.
Being an entrepreneur means that your life is changing by being more challenging, more stressful and more successful as well if you have the determination to proceed and keep working and never GIVE UP!
After experiencing true happiness, confidence and peace in my life; I developed a strong passion to help other women and girls experience the same joy in their lives.
My work has allowed me to better understand the impact education & economics have on health and quality of life.
Seeing so many professionally qualified women who give up on their jobs for domestic reasons; I thought why not teach them how to write and help them get started as freelance writers.
I started my company to educate America’s youth on the basic principles of financial literacy and provide them with the skills to become financially free and fiscally responsible adults.
I starting Project 116, a social enterprise that teaches kids entrepreneurship skills. Students learn how to develop sustainable products through hands-on projects.
After overcoming emotional eating and food addiction, I started a health coaching practice 5 years ago, helping women find freedom from emotional eating.