She’s a Celebrated Jazz Artist With Seven Records Released on Her Own Label. An Exclusive Interview With Entire Productions Founder & Chief Experience Designer, Natasha Miller
Q: After high school, where did you feel your career path would take you? NM: I went to college on a full-ride classical violin performance scholarship and thought I'd be a performing artist. Both on violin and as a vocalist. I imagined being on tour and in recording studios mostly. And I did just that for a good part of post-college as I worked a "day job" in advertising and media buying. Q: How do you think female entrepreneurship has evolved over time?..
An Exclusive One-on-One Interview With Justine DiPrete, Co-Founder & CEO of Sip Wines.
Q: For those in our audience not familiar with Sip Wines can you share your story with us? JD: The idea for Sip Wines started at the beginning of the pandemic. We saw the impact that the pandemic was having on small businesses, and small wineries were being hit especially hard since they do a large portion of their sales through tasting rooms and local restaurants. We wanted to use our backgrounds in technology to help provide a solution for these small wi..
An Exclusive Interview With Serial Entrepreneur, CEO & Founder of TruKid Jennifer Adams Bunkers
Q: How did you come up with the inspiration for TruKid?JAB: There was a time where one of my kids used my wrinkle cream but after she mentioned it stung her face, I quickly realized that perhaps my skincare was not suitable for her, although it was a quality product. Therefore, I began to do my research on what was available for kids and started to educate myself on natural and healthy products designed specifically for kids. This is where the idea came fr..
Helping Women Get Smarter About Money An Exclusive Interview With Diane Bourdo, CFP®, President, The Humphreys Group
Q: Under your leadership The Humphreys Group recently became a B Corporation. What made you decide to make that change and how does it impact your work?DB: I initially learned about the B Corp certification probably two decades ago and since then aspired to run The Humphreys Group to serve the interests of all stakeholders. I also wanted to recognize and foster the idea (and my belief) that business success is not measured solely by the bottom line. The wo..
She Shares Her Passion With The World As An Avant-Garde Book Reviewer & Book Vlogger. Meet Silicon Valley CEO & Founder Of Enchant By Parisa, Parisa Mirza-Khan
Q: So, before we jump into specific questions about the business, why don’t you give us some details about you and your story.PMK: Hi, I’m Parisa. Thank you for featuring me in your wonderful publication. It’s an honor to be part of the Bay Area Women’s Community. I am humbled to be amongst such dynamic women. It is so wonderful to see all the astounding things women are doing. I am a passionate bibliophile. I love books and sharing what I have read with p..
An Exclusive Interview With Author, Christine Shields Corrigan
She Shares Her Personal Journey Confronting Her Oldest Fears Of Illness, Death & Losing Control As She Struggles To Survive Her Second Encounter With The Dreaded Beast.Q: What prompted you to write Again?CSC: I wrote Again for several reasons, both external and internal. The easiest external reason is that I wrote Again because my surgical nurse navigator asked me to write a “list” of helpful tips or tricks I learned going through breast cancer treatment t..
She is The Host of America’s Premier Lifestyle TV Series That Shows You How To Get The Most Out of Life!
An Exclusive Interview with Television Personality, Actress & Host of The Television Series Alive & Well, Michelle HarrisQ: You’ve followed a plant base diet since age 14, can you share with our audience how you became interested in a healthier lifestyle at a young age?MH: I started following a plant based diet at such a young age and it’s one of the best decisions that I have ever made. I read an article about a slaughterhouse. That was the end of meat an..
She's a Leader in the Country's Movement to Build & Fund Start Ups. An Exclusive Interview with CEO Julie Castro Abrams
Julie Castro Abrams is an Experienced CEO & Consultant-Coach for Leaders & Organizations Seeking to Grow & Scale. She is an Expert in How Social Sector Organizations Grow & Thrive & has Long-Term Transformative Relationships with Her Clients.Q: After you graduated from college, where did you feel your career path would take you? JCA: I thought I was going to be a clinical social worker and was on my way to graduate school. Once there I realized that I am..
At a Young Age, Nastassia Ponomarenko Tapped into Her Inner-Resources to Boost Her Sense of Confidence. At just 20-years old, She is a Founder/CEO of an Athletic Apparel Company, Author of a Self-Improvement Book, & You Tube Sensation with over 650,000 Subscribers!
Q: After high school, where did you feel your career path would take you? NP: Definitely in the business route! That’s really where I wanted to go. Q: Tell us about your experience as CEO and entrepreneur at just 20 years old! Did you face any challenges because of your age?NP: The biggest challenge I’ve faced is having a lack of like-minded friends in my life. There are not too many young female entrepreneurs out there, so it was and still is hard to buil..
An Exclusive Interview with Award-Winning Author Tamika Christy. Her Latest Release, a New Book for Millennial Readers, “Never Too Soon.”
Q: After high school, where did you feel your career path would take you? TC: I thought I’d become an English Teacher. I have always loved literature and figured I’d teach high school English and continue my education to teach college-level English courses. Q: What was your first job? And how did it shape or impact you?TC: My first real job was as an assistant in the Teacher Education Department. My primary duties were to review student applications for t..
An Exclusive Interview with Morgan Gregory, a Leader in Strategy & Programs for Google Cloud’s CTO Office. She has a Diverse Technical Background & a Passion for Responsible AI, as well as a Desire to Make a Difference.
Q: After high school, where did you feel your career path would take you? MG: I knew I wanted to go to a university, and I knew I liked math and science, but I didn’t know what my career path could look like beyond that. In my second year, I took my first computer science course thinking that no matter what major I chose, it would be a great skill to have. I didn’t expect to enjoy it as much as I did, and I certainly didn’t expect to choose computer scien..
She Works with Women to Build a Firm Foundation with Health, Stress Management, & Anxiety Reduction. Meet Success Coach, Business Consultant & Speaker, Holly Jean Jackson
Q: After high school, where did you feel your career path would take you? HJ: My career path has taken an unconventional path. When I left High School, I was in pursuit of a music performance degree. I ended up minoring in music instead to pursue other passions.After attending a semester at American University and completing an internship in pro bono law, I decided that law school wasn’t the best fit for me. I graduated from Elmhurst College with honors in..
She’s an Air Force Veteran, Mental Health Therapist & Founder of the I Am Enough Movement! Meet Best Selling Author, Megan Fenyoe
Q: When you graduated from High School, did you have any idea you would be an Air Force Veteran, a Mental Health Therapist, Best Selling Author and run a Nonprofit Organization? MF: Absolutely not. I knew I wanted to help people, but I have a learning disability and when I was in high school my guidance counselor told me that I should never go to college because I was never going to graduate. Little did I know that at that exact moment I would begin worki..
An Exclusive Interview with Randi B. Diversity & Inclusion Speaker, Strategist & Author. Her Speeches & Seminars Address the Myriad Facets of Racial, Gender, Sexual Orientation & Cultural Diversity.
Q: Tell me about your education at the HBCU, Tuskegee University.RB: Attending Tuskegee University was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made. It is home for me. There, I gained an appreciation of who I was, from whom I originate, and of what I was capable. I left there with the confidence to go after my dreams. My “possible” expanded exponentially at Tuskegee University.Q: What led you to launch your own business 17 years ago and what did you learn fro..
She’s Committed to Her Profession, Her Community, and Impassioned Goodwill. A Successful Woman Making a Significant Impact in our Community. Meet Action Cleaning Service President Davlyn Spetch
Q: When you were 10, what did you want to be when you grew up?DS: When I was 10, I had already started wiping baseboards in homes and offices when I ended up on cleans with my sisters. My sisters are quite a bit older than me. One is 11 years older and the other is 15 years older. I would say most 10-year-olds don’t imagine being a cleaner, but when you grow up as exposed to it as I did, it’s a little more feasible. I always had it in my mind to own a clea..
Two Time Cancer Survivor & Book Author of “Been There, Done That”. An Exclusive Interview with Amor Traceski
Q: What advice would you give to women battling cancer?AT: When you’re given a cancer diagnosis, it may feel like you don’t have a choice. But, the fact of the matter is, you do! While your medical team uses surgery, chemotherapy, radiation, medications and other therapies to cure, shrink or stop the progression of cancer in your body, you play a vital role in the elimination of cancer from your system. Now is the time to actively participate in your ow..