Nichole Wright, inspired by other entrepreneurs in her family, founded Satrell, The vegan-friendly and cruelty-free makeup brand complements all skin tones.
Wright is a Black female founder and CEO of her beauty brand and her daily motivations are her husband and two kids, who the brand
Emily Weiss, CEO, and Founder of Glossier, built her company from a cosmetic startup to a billion-dollar company in four years.
Glossier is a cosmetic and skincare brand that is centered around the concept of enhancing beauty, not covering it up. The brand targets millennials with
Adri Smith, Founder of Moss Floral, has a goal of expanding her business and adapted her floral shop to offer bouquets and arrangements during the pandemic.
Because many weddings have been postponed or downsized, Moss Floral pivoted their floral packages to offer elopement packages for those
Who do we have to thank for the luxury of an article constructed purely for our leisure beach pleasure? Or for the look of a suntan from laying out on the beach? Well, they go hand in hand.
Well for the towel, we have the Turkish
July 4th brings to mind the women who fought for our independence, created our national flag, wrote poetry to share history, and organized protests.
These women are Betsy Ross, Deborah Sampson, Phillis Wheatley, and Penelope Barker. They fought brave and strong, persevered, and made a difference.
Summertime fun and ice cream go hand-in-hand. What is a sunny day favorite to many was not readily available to most people back in the 1800s.
Nancy Johnson, a pioneer of fierce fun femmes of summer came and saved the day (and summer) by inventing the
Sara Dahmen, the only female coppersmith in the United States, and owner of House Copper and Cookware created a modern twist on vintage cookware while shining through on a male- dominated field.
A modern pioneer woman, Dahmen creates each handmade piece of cookware in her garage in
Denise Woodward, former Coca Cola executive and founder of Partake Foods, broke through the barrier for women of color to receive venture funding.
Woodward was inspired to create Partake foods after her daughter had an allergic reaction. Thus creating a cookie that doesn't have the eight
June 24th, the annual day of joy, and it really couldn't have come at a better time.
According to a national survey, during quarantine
Veronica Armstrong, CEO of Isle de Nature is an expert in delivering enduring products and experiences. She assembled a largely female "dream team" to develop organic scents to consumers.
[caption id="attachment_10509" align="alignright" width="123"] Isle De Nature's scent coin in scent "Pagua Bay"[/caption]
To differentiate her brand from