Gina Battye is an entrepreneur offering psychological safety training programs to multinational corporations.
More than 1,000 women entrepreneurs from around the world have told us about their personal business journeys. Here are their stories, in their own words. Tell us yours!
Matilda Sandstroem is the founder of Adventurist Backpack Co., which makes high-quality, affordable backpacks whose sales help feed families in need.
Lisa Haukom is the founder of photography studio The Goldenbrand, which offers both commercial photography and creative courses.
Lisa Wells is a one-woman PR firm balancing press demands with clients needs.
Michele Koo is the founder of Private Practice, a line of skin care products that puts nearly three decades of medical expertise into a bottle.
Xin Hamilton’s Freya sex toy may look and act like a razor – but it’s also a vibrator.
Kat Jackson of Lehigh Valley Copywriter wants to elevate those who are doing good for the world.
Joanne Ang was inspired to create her skincare line, Kansoskin, after watching her brother suffer from severe eczema.
Allison Ullo is the founder of luxury herbal tea brand Leaves of Leisure.
Lauren Boyd is a lawyer and entrepreneur dedicated to helping CEOs and founders build legal foundations.
Marisa Thompson started Flexibooks Business Services after feeling “stagnant and unfulfilled” in her corporate work.
Lizeth Cuara of Misty Phases is bringing postpartum recovery wear to the mainstream while advocating for fair maternal care for women of color.
Trisha Bantigue and Kathy Zhou are the founders of Queenly, where customers can buy and sell formalwear on a budget.
Amanda Bauer-Frisch’s company Small Legacies teaches kids about money management with a give-save-spend piggy bank.
Divina Casila started Depress Me Not Candles to make soothing gifts and give back to those who are struggling.