Cassie McDuffey provides educational activities and guidance for young women in the Jackson, Mississippi, area.
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Amy Maan is the founder of 123 Petit Pas, which offers engaging virtual French-language classes for children and parents to take together.
Iasia Montana-Maye’s business on wheels, Espressate, brings specialty coffee to events around Durham, North Carolina.
Have no fear – Shequeta Smith is here! The founder of Shero Comics aims to bring better representation to comic books, games and more.
Kristina Schlegel creates kid-friendly edible stickers and decorating kits through her company, Make Bake.
Ever found yourself struggling to drift off because you’re worried you left the stove on? Akshita Iyer’s smart knob, Ome, is designed to help you sleep soundly once more.
Cat Kozuch spreading empowering messages to kids with her Believe a Buddy teddy bears.
Lakeisha Turner, founder of Keisha Elise Cosmetics, wanted to sell vegan beauty products while also promoting diversity and giving back to her community.
Orleatha Smith is the founder of Sip Herbals, a line of teas designed to take the place of your cup of joe.
Cassi Gregory is the proprietor of culinary line Chef Cassi’s Table – a growing food firm that grounded her after a significant scare.
Dawn LaFontaine’s business, Cat in The Box, makes colorful cardboard play structures for felines who think inside the box.
Kate Couchman is a wellbeing coach who assists clients with creating healthier lifestyles – and in some cases, startups.
Jyoti Jaiswal sells crafts handmade in India to stateside customers through her eco-friendly business, OMSutra.
Orianne Gambino is a leadership development coach who works with those looking for a mindset shift in their professional lives.
Jennifer Yee’s Los Angeles bakery, Bakers Bench, churns out cookies, croissants and more for a range of palettes – and diets.