Melissa Rouswell & Ali Everhard started the Women’s Council of Entrepreneurs to help support and promote fellow female business owners.
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!
She Built Her Business to Fill a Gap in The Market – But Now Her Company Is Growing Far Beyond Her Initial Expectations
Valerie Morris started her Marketing & PR firm Tintero Creative to provide her clients with agile marketing solutions.
Jasmin Robinson started Jas Talks Law to help future lawyers through the entire law school process.
This Home-Cook is Teaching Others How to Incorporate Delicious Healthy Meals into Their Busy Everyday Lives
Gita Kshatriya started Warrior in The Kitchen to share her plant-based Indian recipes with the world.
Thejaswi Shivaram’s company Koko Boost sells healthy snack bars made from natural immunity-boosters like moringa and millet.
Molly Tentarelli started Tiny Dance Life a site providing dance and arts classes to preschoolers and toddlers to help children and their families during the Pandemic.
Tonya Newsom is the founder of The Hoot All Natural, a 100% all-natural all-purpose cleaner.
Jen Perry is the founder of Jelt, an eco-friendly elastic belt line that hires locally and gives back globally.
Ginger King is the founder of Fan Love Beauty, a vegan-friendly line of beauty products.
Li Hayes started the Hugg Company to provide women experiencing hot flashes with a cooling scarf that is fashionable and affordable.
Tania Richardson started her lifestyle brand Hey Lady to cater to a market she believed to be overlooked: women in their forties.
Wendy Porter started Crowned for Success to mentor ‘soulful’ CEOs with authentic and customized social media strategies.
Meredith Richardson started The Midlife Coach after a traumatic event forced her to rebuild her own life.
Channing Muller started her marketing and PR firm, DCM Communications so she could bring all her interests together and help others in the process.
Sarah Marshall started Marshall’s Haute Sauce to help preserve the tradition of jarring seasonal local ingredients.