Amy Bouchard started making Wicked Whoopies with her grandmother as a child. Little did she know the tasty treat would lead to a successful venture.
Author - Tara McCollum
Tara McCollum, a New York native, currently resides in Houston, TX where she has learned to trade in cosmopolitans for margaritas, and white winters for palm trees, but has held stead fast to her great love for the Yankees. She currently works full time as a middle school English teacher and is a loving mother to a little monster named Dean, who reminds her to never give up on her dreams and encourages her to keep changing them, and often.
Sue Ismiel is the woman behind the international brand, Nad’s, the no-heat hair removal gel. We talk to Ismiel about how she built her empire.
PALS has provided more than 7,500 free flights for those requiring medical treatment but cannot afford to travel or are unable to fly commercially.
Artist Lori Earley went from dreaming in her NY bedroom to painting award-winning singer Madonna, until a rare disease threatened her health and livelihood.
Pro-Triathlete Jasmine Oeinck wanted a better solution for herself and now she offers it to us as well, with Bulumu, a truly all-natural granola.
CitiGroup's Cecilia Harvey is working to get women and girls in the tech pipeline through the company's one-year diversity program, Prometheus.
Entrepreneur Tiffany Zakka continually looks for new and creative methods of therapy to enhance sensory integration.