In this bold proclamation of women's agency in the New Economy, the glass ceiling will be a thing of the past in just a decade.
While her daughter battled a mystery illness, Kayla Ybanez turned her passion into a profit so that she could remain by her daughter's side.
Companies like Sustana Fiber are using recycled content to promote a circular economy.
The founder of innermap, a mindfulness coach on-the-go, explains the role of consciousness, curiosity, and compassion in becoming a mindful organization.
From books and podcasts to coachings and programs, these sources of wisdom and game-changing inspiration are just what you need to have the best conscious-business year ever.
The 13 women in this series are truly leaders in the "fourth wave of social enterprise," the profit-focused social enterprise.
This founder is a survivor of domestic abuse, and is building a digital platform to make trauma-informed healing and care more accessible to survivors everywhere.
The founder of a mobile app dedicated to spiritual upliftment and connection talks social media, profit-focused social enterprise, leaving a legacy, and more.
Imagine what you could discover if you could tap into the creativity, potential, and diversity of your stakeholders. That's what inspired this co-founder to action.
This entrepreneur created a media product placement company for green, local, and socially enterprising products — to revolutionize retail.
This founder of this impact-centric podcast is inspiring women to do small things that make a difference, one episode at a time.
This graphic designer and small business owner is changing the world by mastering the art of creating visual and emotional dialogue for her design clients and for her two daughters.
The founder of this fabric-bag company is "multisolving" — creating an economic difference for women living in poverty and providing consumers a quick and accessible alternative to plastic bags.
On top of her role as Director of the Business Sustainability Collaborative at NC State University, this founder is working to advance the state of academic study into business as a force for good.
These three rising stars started their businesses with the goal of helping others — and created three products that have massive world-changing potential