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Here's a bit of what you get in our 3 issues>
Issue 3 – Summer ’18
WOMEN IN VENTURE CAPITAL
Sara Brand and Kerry Rupp, of True Wealth Ventures, venture capitalists investing in women-led companies.
Sarah Sommers – iFundWomen, the crowdfunding platform tailor-made for women.
WOMEN IN FINANCE
Rebecca Walser – The fallacy of the 401K plan, and other finance lessons that you need so that you don’t end up having to work at WalMart at 70 y.o..
Patricia Dawson – Fresh Lunch Yellow Box, Nicole Baldwin – BIAO, Andrea Spirov – BOSS Food Co., Kindah Ayrout – The Dress Club, Laura White – Soul Addict.
THE OTHER HALF
HRH, Prince Constantijn of The Netherlands talks equality and startups.
THE LEADING WOMEN OF CANNABIS
Cassandra Farrington – Marijuana Business Daily – Media
Amanda Reiman – Flow Kana – Research and Education
Jennifer Sanders -CNS Equity Partners – Cannabis and Venture Capital
Nancy Whiteman – Wana Brands – The Queen of Edibles
Dominique Ranieri – metal work, jewelry
Cheryl B. Engelhardt – internationally known artist, and email marketing specialist
Issue 2 – Spring ’18
WOMEN IN TECH
Eli Mattern, of SavvySuit, legal tech.
Aparna Pujar, of Enfavr.com, community network tech
Lori-Lee Emshey – Future Sight, Tanya Van Court – Goalsetter, Stephanie Lemcke – GoKid, Sharon Seyna – Bartanica
WOMEN IN BUSINESS
Dr. Penny Larsen, of Women Manage, she teaches women the tools they need to advance their careers.
Adelaide Waters, founder of Women’s Forum, a community building up women together.
Cassie Price, of Wealth Generation Collective, credit advocate, working to help others repair and keep track of their credit.
WOMEN IN POLITICS
Notable women in politics:
Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Sen. Tina Smith,
Congresswoman Maxine Water, Sen. Nancy Pelosi, Sen. Kamala Harris, Del. Danica Roem.
Also, the organizations that will help women run for office: Emily’s List, Vote Run Lead, She Should Run.
WOMEN IN ART
Amy Oestreicher, the #detourist, TEDx speaker, shares the stories of her personal life.
Niya Abrasheva, a free spirit and independent artist, grew up in communist Bulgaria.
Issue 1 – Winter ’16
WOMEN IN TECH
Erica Baker of #Slack talking about diversity in tech, in an TBM4W exclusive.
WOMEN IN STEM
Elaine Larsen, 2-time national champion jet racing woman is talking STEM, and how she’s impacting the lives of thousands of young men and women.
WOMEN IN FINANCE:
Money Grows on Trees, and other inspiring stories from the founder of BlackFem, Inc. Chloe McKenzie
Credit scores – there are a lot more than you’ve ever thought, from Cassie Price
WOMEN IN BUSINESS
Innovation can be (re)taught, and here’s how, from Susana Vidal
The HOW TO guide on changing direction, from Coach Kristy Halvorsen
Wearable art as a business model, with entrepreneur Vanessa Prestage
Millennials and their impact on the corporate world, with Isabel Steinhoff