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Who I am: Rosena Sammi, Founder of Rosena Sammi Jewelry My company: Jewelry guided by the values of female empowerment and environmental sensitivity, while never losing sight of a woman’s power to turn heads when she enters a room. Rosena Sammi Jewelry is dedicated to the

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Who I am: Rebecca D. Costa, Sociobiologist, Writer, & Radio Host My company: Put sociobiology work into practical service by writing books, a regular news column, articles, and hosting a weekly syndicated radio news program, The Costa Report. http://www.rebeccacosta.com/ My fear: Public speaking. How I overcame it: Leaned into my fear by becoming

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Who I am: Sylvia Vaquer, Co-Founder & Creative Director at SocioFabrica My company: Global digital strategy and technology firm specializing in service design, email marketing, and product development. www.sociofabrica.com My fear: Succeeding as a POC (person of color) female executive in an industry traditionally dominated by white males How I overcame it: Worked

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The time has come to make educating young women globally a priority. Access to education is hardly guaranteed in many areas of Africa, and for young women especially, menstruation is proving a formidable boundary. Afripads reports on Uganda: “menstruation contributes to absences of up to 4-5

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You bet your ROE it is. The wave of capital support for female-founded startups is building and so is the variety of educational resources to help ensure their success. But who has the time?  Fortunately there are a variety of formats to help women choose what best meets their

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From farm-to-table and table-to-farm. What's happening? Hyper-local farming is in focus this year, according to the National Restaurant Association, and farming innovations erupting in urban spaces, are making room for greens to grow on-site or on limited land. Aeroponic farming (growing plants vertically) and hydroponic gardens (growing

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In the medtech industry, funding is fertile.  What's happening? Women in the U.S. are waiting longer to give birth. (First-time mothers are an average of 26.3 years old.) A shortened egg expiration date means more women are turning to specialists in fertility for consultations and in-vitro

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From screen to closet. What's happening? In 2017, a third of consumers are ditching brick-and-mortar to buy from mobile devices, according to a PwC Survey. Shoppers will see more options to customize and personalize their shopping experience through social media outlets and they will expect platforms like video

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