Irivwegu Imade Ovuakpor is promoting healthy living through her social enterprise Healthy Moms and Kids Africa.
Your Stories, Your Words: The Latest From the 1,000+ Stories Project
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!
Melanie Dellas & Karen Lacy have tapped into a niche and underserved industry – artefact conservation.
Molly Grisham is helping corporate groups and athletic teams build, grow and develop.
Diane Vich is a holistic health and wellness coach getting clients from sick to fit.
Lindsey Torres & Sara Morell-Vaughn create organic non-toxic body care products through their company NoMore.
Leigh-Ann Larson founded Elevate Counseling Services to help those dealing with grief, trauma and addiction.
She Started Her Business After Her Baby’s Health Issues and a Divorce Put Her on the Path to Entrepreneurship
Ky Toure Created KayCee Enterprises to help female entrepreneurs go from chaos to clarity.
Laura Borland started the Vyllage app to ensure your packages are signed for and safely delivered – even if you’re not at home.
Jill Davis is an Alaskan Renaissance Woman – she’s a guide, a pilot, a boat captain, a published author and a branding and marketing expert. After years in the lodge and tourism industry Ninilchik, Alaska-based Davis decided to follow her dreams, live off the grid and start writing her book, Alaska Man. After becoming a published … Continued
Anjali Shah started Pifa Foundation to empower young and underprivileged women through soccer.
Denita Austin’s publishing company Austin Ink Studio focuses on the power of female storytelling.
Kristin Marquet Launched FemFounder.co to provide her PR clients with more than just publicity.
Jacqueline V. Twillie provides wage negotiation training for women through her business ZeroGap.
Vanessa Rende learned powerful life lessons after a painful divorce and domestic abuse. As a coach, she is helping other women do the same.
Angela McIver’s spin-off business Dinner Table Math empowers parents to build strong, confident math learners.