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These 2 Women Quit Corporate America to Tackle STEM Education
Radicals & Visionaries

These 2 Women Quit Corporate America to Tackle STEM Education

This after-school STEM camp looks like an Apple store where kids can get their hands dirty while learning and having fun.
Kira Halevy
This Mompreneur Says There's No Time or Use for Guilt
Real Entrepreneurs

This Mompreneur Says There's No Time or Use for Guilt

Shazi Visram created a business that fulfills her passion for making the world a healthier place for children.
Dan Bova
5 Things Parents Worry Will Cost Them Their Jobs
Make More Happen

5 Things Parents Worry Will Cost Them Their Jobs

From schlepping your kid to the doctor, to staying home on sick duty, these are the mama and papa dramas that keep us off the clock.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
A Prolific Mompreneur's Top 4 Productivity Tips for Busy Working Moms
Make More Happen

A Prolific Mompreneur's Top 4 Productivity Tips for Busy Working Moms

Life coach and motivational speaker Stacia Pierce raised several successful businesses while raising two children. Here are her secrets to getting more done, personally and professionally, and staying sane in the process.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
This Mom Took Her Kids's Education Into Her Own Hands and Became a Franchisee
Franchise Players

This Mom Took Her Kids's Education Into Her Own Hands and Became a Franchisee

Based on the experience her children had with Best in Class Education Center, Priya Venkat opened two franchises in Texas.
Carly Okyle
This Doctor-Entrepreneur's Message to Busy Moms: Give Yourself Credit
Parenting

This Doctor-Entrepreneur's Message to Busy Moms: Give Yourself Credit

Heal co-founder and chief medical officer Dr. Renee Dua juggles raising kids, seeing patients and running a startup. Here's why she says it's time to ditch the mom-guilt and quit beating yourself up.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Why Are 10 Million Moms Missing From the Workplace?
Mompreneurs

Why Are 10 Million Moms Missing From the Workplace?

Technology makes it possible for young mothers to care for their families and keep their careers moving forward but only if employers realize the advantages of helping them do so.
John Pilmer
5 Essential Skills New Working Moms Need to Know to Keep Their Career in High Gear
Parenting

5 Essential Skills New Working Moms Need to Know to Keep Their Career in High Gear

Allyson Downey's new book, 'Here's The Plan. Your Practical, Tactical Guide to Advancing Your Career During Pregnancy and Parenting,' releases today.
Catherine Clifford
How This Woman's Young Daughter Inspired Her to Change Careers
Franchise Players

How This Woman's Young Daughter Inspired Her to Change Careers

Jill Raedels worked with Enterprise for 13 years before opening a kids' haircutting franchise.
Carly Okyle
Every Scalable Business Has These 9 Things in Common: Lessons from the Circular Summit
Growing a Business

Every Scalable Business Has These 9 Things in Common: Lessons from the Circular Summit

Women entrepreneurs from the recent Houston event explain what's important for growth.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Would You Put Your Kid in a Car With a Stranger? This Startup Hopes So.
Parenting

Would You Put Your Kid in a Car With a Stranger? This Startup Hopes So.

HopSkipDrive is the Uber for busy Southern California parents started by three moms.
Kim Lachance Shandrow
Why Opening a Kumon Center Was an Educational Experience for Former Teacher
Franchise Players

Why Opening a Kumon Center Was an Educational Experience for Former Teacher

After seeing her daughter's skills improve with Kumon tutoring, this math teacher was inspired to become a franchisee for the company.
Carly Okyle
How 8 Mompreneurs Succeeded at Small Business Without Sacrificing Family
Mompreneurs

How 8 Mompreneurs Succeeded at Small Business Without Sacrificing Family

Each of these women tackled the usual rigors of starting a business -- and did it all with a kid on her hip.
Adam Toren
Moms, It's Time to Quit Feeling Guilty
Work-Life Balance

Moms, It's Time to Quit Feeling Guilty

There is no clearly defined path in motherhood, but if we aspire to be and create something greater than our current selves, we can do right by our children, both from the office and at home.