Danielle Hodge launched Alma Ocean to introduce the joy of swimming to the Black community.
Amanda Spencer created The Radical Agenda when her sons’ school tried to ban lessons involving race and culture.
Katie Charrier started Jia Loungewear to provide simultaneous comfort and support for those working – or merely relaxing – at home.
Ahriana Edwards struggled for years to find shoes in her size. Now, through Vaila Shoes, she’s the one helping women who wear extended sizes.
Amanda Yu-Nguyen is the founder of Wag Boards, which crafts and sells charcuterie boards for dogs.
Alison Evans and Chloe Bergson are the co-founders of SAYSO, which sells steep-able sachets for both sober and sauce-loving customers.
Successful Airbnb host Rebecca Martin has a vision: Provide short-stay housing for women escaping abusive situations.
Rebecca Rosenberg built ReBokeh Vision Technologies as a response to outdated and ultimately unhelpful vision-assistance technologies.
Makini Diaz’s business, Sign-N-Voice-Xchange, is bridging a sizable communication gap with movable T-shirts.
Nivi Achanta is the founder of Soapbox Project, a platform that provides bite-sized climate action plans.