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Founder and CEO of Haute Hijab
Defying cultural norms, the founder and CEO of Haute Hijab quit her stable job as an attorney to pursue her side hustle full-time.
Founder and CEO of The Honey Pot Company
The 38-year-old founder launched the world’s first plant-based feminine care line with a $21,000 loan. Her ultimate goal? Selling her company.
Founder of Sincerely Tommy
The founder of Sincerely Tommy on the heavy toll of protecting your mental health as a Black woman in the current state of America.
Carol’s DaughterFounder Lisa Priceon BeingBlack-Founded vs.Black-Owned
The 58-year-old opens up about how she started her beauty brand out of her kitchen in 1993, sold to L’Oreal in the face of backlash in 2014, and why she never entertained retirement after her business was acquired.
How Venture Capitalists Are Rethinking Post-Pandemic Investments
What business models will thrive and how will consumers spend their money beyond COVID-19? We ask four female investors for their post-pandemic insight.