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The former TV host and her brother combine forces (again) on Goodpods, a podcast player and social network.
The number of women-led social enterprises is growing. These female founders turned ideas into businesses that are getting results.
She Escaped the City for Life on a Farm — and Teaches a Masterclass for Entrepreneurs Who Want to Do the Same
Danielle French of South Pond Farms hosts barn weddings and culinary events. Many women want to launch similar businesses.
Dr. Nana Afoh-Manin launched MyCovidMD to help Black and brown neighborhoods impacted by coronavirus.
Despite isolation, Dianne Berkun Menaker’s Brooklyn Youth Chorus still finds ways to make music together.
The international singing sensation helped coordinate an online concert that generated over $100 million for Covid-19 relief.
Women entrepreneurs are creating social enterprises that aim to help the marginalized find restaurant jobs – while mending political rifts through food.
Claudia Mirza came to the U.S. to reunite with her father. While she’s found success, she says immigration is painful.
The marketing star best known for her work at PepsiCo, Apple and Uber received a special honor in her homeland of Ghana.
Lisa Love’s firm, Tanoshi, aims to bridge racial, educational and digital divides for low-income kids.
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Stand-out entrepreneurs who are doing well and doing good (2016)
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Words of wisdom from select women business owners featured in our podcast.
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