Melissa Rouswell & Ali Everhard started the Women’s Council of Entrepreneurs to help support and promote fellow female business owners.
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Wendy Porter started Crowned for Success to mentor ‘soulful’ CEOs with authentic and customized social media strategies.
Pooja Goel is the founder of Pink Collar Professionals, a company dedicated to empowering female entrepreneurs by helping them build a digital presence.
Simone Adams started Simone Writes to help others reach their revenue targets and achieve their goals.
Madeline Pratt founded the female forward consulting firm Fearless in Training.
Natasha Dzurny of TechnoChic is teaching people how to make their own face shields in the midst of a global pandemic.
Sharon Blumberg is coaching entrepreneurs of all ages through her business I’m Not Done Yet.
Antoinette Marie Johnson’s creative agency Cohere has transformed over 8M square feet of space in communities across America with projects in real estate, hospitality and food.
Annette Klososky is thriving as the founder and CEO of Survey Saurus, helping organizations harness their own data.
Gwedolen Wilder works as a business strategist to counsel and inspire women to be their own role models.
Chief, a network for women, is getting bigger as founders Carolyn Childers and Lindsay Kaplan receive more money from investors.
Rita Crompton helps inventors succeed through her business FLeCusa International.
It’s the awkward situation that needs to be addressed for the sake of your business (and your dignity).
Shayna Brazier is helping women with work history gaps gain long term employment through her nonprofit Women in Pants.
Melanie Dellas & Karen Lacy have tapped into a niche and underserved industry – artefact conservation.