Failure stings. But it is up to you to decide whether that sting will crush your soul or strengthen your spine. My biggest failure sent me into a deep depression for over a year and drove me into exile in a tiny town in the middle of New Jersey. I had launched and crashed my(…)
Wearing garments cut from the cloth of social change has bred a different class of fashionistas—one that girltanker Jasmine E. Aarons, CEO and Design Director of VOZ (or voice in Spanish), hopes will only grow in the coming years. Her multifaceted team of designers and artisans comprised of Mapuche weavers is as original as the(…)
Did you know that attracting an angel investor is easier than ever before? In 2013, only 24% of U.S. women-owned ventures received angel investment, according to the Center for Venture Research. But there are now more people investing as angels globally, and many are specifically looking to support women entrepreneurs. Here’s what you can do(…)
Tara Roberts / asia, education, entertainment, entrepreneurship, features, funding, mentoring, social issues, technology, video, women and girls / 000 women mba, 10, goa, goldman sachs, india, indian, indian school of business, sapna shahani, videoblogging /
Sapna Shahani started WAVE (Women Aloud Videoblogging Empowerment) in India in 2009. Her dream was to give young women from states throughout India video cameras and training as citizen journalists.