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Female Founder Friday | Liza Rodewald – Women in Business Article

It’s Female Founder Friday and I can’t wait to share the startup story of four-time serial entrepreneur, Liza Rodewald. Liza worked as a software engineer for five years after college. Becoming a mom sparked the desire for a more flexible lifestyle, so she made her first leap into entrepreneurship with LMS Software. Becoming a military spouse was the flash point in for Liza to launch her fourth company. She is currently the founder of Instant Teams, a…

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Nature or Nurture? What it takes to be an entrepreneur By @DrRKGreen – Women in Business Article

by Dr. R. Kay Green | Featured Contributor Are entrepreneurs born, or made? Ask twenty professionals, and you are highly likely to get twenty different answers. Some believe that anyone can become an entrepreneur, if you just take the right classes and learn the right skills. Others believe that the ability to be a entrepreneur is something innate, and if you do not have that, you are better off not even trying. And still others believe that a lot of…

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Female Founder Friday | Prianka Dhir – Women in Business Article

It’s female Founder Friday and it’s my pleasure to share the startup story of woman entrepreneur, Prianka Dhir. Dhir is the founder of BoothIQ, a web-based app that lists exhibitor promotions, contests, and special offers for attendees of wedding shows. Attendees can browse show specials, save customized lists of preferred vendors and show-wide promotions, as well as enter contests directly via mobile. I met Prianka at, you guessed it, a trade show. She was smart, articulate, and…

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Female Founder Friday | Lisa Wise – Women in Business Article

It’s Female Founder Friday and I can’t wait to share the startup story of Lisa Wise. Lisa left the world of non-profits to build companies focusing on empowering individuals as consumers, building stronger communities, and creating forward thinking businesses.  She currently leads Flock DC, a family of service companies with an innovative approach to real estate management and preservation. This amazing woman entrepreneur used her passion for activism, heart for humans, and business acumen to completely disrupted…

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There’s Something You Should Know Before Becoming an Entrepreneur by @Lilyalexblog – Women in Business Article

by Bianca Oliva | Featured Contributor  Entrepreneurship is a loaded word. Some make it look easy; flaunting successful businesses, nice cars, and drool-worthy Snapchat stories. Success doesn’t just happen. It takes hard work, never ending hours, and a lot of preparation. But there’s a few things you need to know before embarking on the journey… You don’t need to be a jack-of-all-trades There’s a common misconception about being an entrepreneur; you have to know and do everything. I’m sure its…

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Female Founder Friday | Ann Dolin – Women in Business Article

It’s Female Founder Friday and I’m pleased to share the story of woman entrepreneur, Ann Dolin. Ann is the founder of Educational Connections, a organization that focuses on personalized educational support and has assisted over 10,000 students in the DC metro area achieve excellence. So, if you’re curious how a call to the police launched a tutoring company or are a woman with a passion that could possibly pay the bills, don’t miss Ann’s startup story, challenges,…

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Female Founder Friday | Ronit Avni – Women in Business Article

It’s Female Founder Friday and I’m delighted to share the startup story of serial woman entrepreneur, Ronit Avni. Ronit is the founder of Localized, a new platform geared for the 100 million students in emerging markets whose schools don’t have alumni networks, career services infrastructure or access to employers. Localized specifically targets STEM and business-focused schools to help students access career guidance, industry insights from global professionals who share language, culture and roots. The platform then connects students to…

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Female Founder Friday | Hua Wang – Women in Business Article

It’s Female Founder Friday, and I’m delighted to share the startup story of Hua Wang, the founder of SmartBridge Health. Her company is making world-class cancer care accessible. SmartBridge Health challenges the notion that high-quality, accessible cancer care is either unachievable or prohibitively expensive. They are proving that optimal cancer care can be affordable and accessible. SmartBridge Health offers a seamless experience that not only saves time and money, but also leads to better health outcomes and happier…

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Female Founder Friday | Anna Levin – Women in Business Article

It’s Female Founder Friday and I’m excited to share the startup story of Anna Levin, the woman entrepreneur behind Munchkin Mailbox. Munchkin Mailbox is the first online daycare application platform. Parents can search, apply and pay fees for multiple applications in one sitting. It is a massive time and stress saver for parents who currently have to fill put paper applications, write checks and then send by mail, often having to call or email to the day cares…

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Female Founder Friday | Maria Zimmitti – Women in Business Article

It’s Female Founder Friday and I’m delighted to share the startup story of Maria Zimmitti. Maria is the psychologist and woman entrepreneur behind Georgetown Psychology Associates. Her three offices provide diagnostic evaluations, therapy and neurofeedback services to children, teens and adults in the Washington metro area. Maria is brilliant, energetic, honest, and humble about her journey, her family, her failures and her successes. So, if you’re struggling to bridge the world of work and family or curious…

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