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Female Founder Feature – Georgene Huang, Fairygodboss

Georgene Huang is the CEO and Co-founder of Fairygodboss, the go-to professional platform for women to find relevant career-related resources; her mission is to improve the workplace for women by increasing transparency, and the $10 million Series A round she successfully raised in 2019 says that others share that mission! Tell us about your company. […] [...]




Female Founder Feature – Lora Haddock, Lora DiCarlo

Lora Haddock is the CEO &  Founder of Lora DiCarlo, a company with the incredible mission of developing products that encourage women and people with vaginas to explore themselves, their anatomy, and support the joyful celebration of their sexuality. Tell us about your company. What inspired you to start it? Everything we do at Lora […] [...]




Female Founder Feature – Tina Tran Neville, Lana

Tina Tran Neville is the CEO of Lana Learn, a startup focused on building economic opportunities and bridging cultural gaps for students of all ages from around the world. Tell us about your company. What inspired you to start it? Lana’s mission to connect the world with education technology, starting with English. Lana has developed […] [...]




Female Founder Feature – Eugena Delman, Ava James NYC

CEO & Co-Founder Eugena Delman launched Ava James NYC last April with her childhood bestie, Saena Chung. Ava James NYC is a premium, womenswear brand with the motto of “designer dresses for the modern boss babe, in sizes 8-18”. Tell us about your company. What inspired you to start it? I was inspired to start […] [...]




Female Founder Feature – Yalda Moshiri & Shahrzad Vossoughi, SaF

Like many who lead hectic, busy lives, co-founders Yalda Moshiri and Shahrzad Vossoughi were frustrated with long lines and inordinate wait times at restaurants or events. Together, they developed an innovative solution: SaF. SaF means “queue” in Farsi, their native language. Tell us about your company. SaF is an on-demand Line Concierge service that connects […] [...]




On being Costa Rican.

It didn’t occur to me to write a blog post in celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month because, up until recently, I wasn’t Hispanic American. I was just Hispanic. I was born and raised in Costa Rica, a tiny nation that nonetheless knows leadership. Even as every one of our neighbors spiraled into dictatorships and […] [...]