Babette Dunkelgrun is a health coach who is helping women get to the root of their issues with food
Healthcare, Wellness & Fitness
Stories of women entrepreneurs with businesses in the healthcare, wellness and fitness industries.
At Mother Nation, Norine Hill uses cultural traditions to help Native American women recover from abuse and homelessness.
Erin Sheen started Lice Nannies on a whim – now she determines her own schedule and makes her own income.
“When I spend my day loving what I do, feeling happy and blessed for the life I have, then, I feel successful.”
“So I dug deep into my roots, took every class I could in bellydance and figured how to marry both bellydance and fitness in a way that kept people moving and dancing right from the start.”
“I realized that gender dynamics and menstrual hygiene was largely neglected by many NGO projects working in health and sanitation sectors.”
“Years ago as I started this journey I was told you cannot have it all – well I have a saying, ‘I want more.'”
“Let me be a role model to the many middle class small town women who want to chase their dreams.”
“I started ATTAC to provide health checkups, cancer screenings and tobacco cessation advice all at people’s door step.”
“I am successful when I am financially free and when I also have the ability to inspire and help younger women.”
“Men have Viagra. But what do women have? The fact that no one was addressing this very necessary problem inspired me to step up and take my best shot.”
“My fondest memory has been seeing a crowd of 2,500 people come to see my students preform.”
“As a doctor my vision is to provide homeopathic healthcare to the world.”
For Amy Hagstrom Miller, providing high-quality reproductive care to women is a mission.
“I am working on innovative solutions for pregnant moms, which can avoid the risk of stillbirth in India and other developing countries.”