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Women Entrepreneur™ - Page: 9
Being a single mom left no time for beating around the bush.
A seat at the table is a hard-earned symbol of success in a company. But is it all it's cracked up to be?
Here's what I learned: Our success is never defined by our resumes, bank accounts, or physical abilities. It is defined by our outlook.
With Copper Cow Coffee, Debbie Wei Mullin is on a mission to bring Vietnamese coffee culture to the world. Here are three lessons she's picked up along the way.
True leaders push the boundaries of gender expectations and use their abilities to secure success in any professional environment they choose.
They're writing checks, and making room for more women to do the same.
She Runs Wondery, a Podcast Company Known for Creative Risks. But It's Owned by Amazon, a Data-Driven Corporation. How Does She Make It Work?
Jen Sargent was an entrepreneur before she became CEO of Wondery, and she knows that in any situation, to get the outcome you're looking for: "You'd better have a strong answer."
The mere fact that so many women scientists were poised to lead the global Covid-19 vaccine effort is remarkable, and will have an effect on girls for decades to come.
Her Mother Was Killed by a Drunk Driver. Now She's CEO of a Powerful Alcohol Company. Here's What Made Her 'Walk Into the Fire.'
Pernod Ricard North America owns many of the world's most recognizable alcohol brands. Its CEO, Ann Mukherhee, lived through alcohol-related personal tragedies. In her opinion, that's why she's right for the job.
It's not just about recruiting diverse talent. It's about building cultures where they will thrive.
Fearless Fund cofounder Arian Simone knows firsthand how hard it is for women of color to raise money. So after many setbacks and reinventions, she transformed herself into the solution she'd been looking for.