1. Young Female Entrepreneurs Build Syrian Businesses in Jordan’s Zaatari Refugee Camp

    Young Female Entrepreneurs Build Syrian Businesses in Jordan’s Zaatari Refugee Camp

    March 22, 2014

    Young Syrian Women in Jordan’s Zaatari Refugee Camp Use Their Skills and Learn New Ones to Open Businesses

    Rania Abouzeid’s article in the March 2014 issue of  Marie Claire,  “Living in Limbo: The Women of Jordan’s Zaatari Refugee Camp”  reveals how Syrian women, young and old are making the most of a horrific situation.  Covering young female entrepreneurs during Women’s History…

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  2. Part 2-Female Entrepreneurs Come From Diverse Backgrounds with Diverse Visions

    Part 2-Female Entrepreneurs Come From Diverse Backgrounds with Diverse Visions

    Female Entrepreneurs Come From Diverse Backgrounds with Very Diverse Business Visions-Part 2

    Continuing with our celebration of  International Women’s Day 2014 we are highlighting Karen Jashinsky, founder and chief fitness director of O2MAX in Santa Monica, California female.  Karen’s business is at the other end of the spectrum from Hayley Hoverter with Sweet (dis) SOLVE.  Karen’smission is to…

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  3. Female Entrepreneurs Come From Diverse Backgrounds with Just as Diverse Business Visions

    Female Entrepreneurs Come From Diverse Backgrounds with Just as Diverse Business Visions

    March 4, 2013

    Female Entrepreneurs Come From Diverse Backgrounds with Very Diverse Business Visions

    Moving forward this week to celebrate  International Women’s Dayon March 8th, each post will highlight one female entrepreneur.  The entrepreneurs will be as diverse as the problems their businesses want to solve.  There will be young women who began their businesses in high school, others during…

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  4. Embrace Change! You Will Be Happy You Did!!!

    Embrace Change! You Will Be Happy You Did!!!

    March 2, 2014

    Embrace Change & Watch Where It Leads You

    Embrace Change

    It’s been now three months since anything has been posted on our blog.  We’ve made some changes at the Girl’s CEO Connection and one we think you will like is how the blog is going to run going forward.  It became more and more difficult for me to find the time to write for the blog consistently.  I have a list of great topics, just not the…

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  5. erenunten:

    Here’s my piece for the “It Came From 1984” show at Bottleneck Gallery. Wish I had more time to work on the lighting for this, but I was really happy to work on a tribute piece for Sixteen Candles!
    Prints will be available at the gallery and online at the gallery’s website. 
    Opening Reception / Feb 7th 7:00pm-10:00pm
     


  6. S.H.E. She Helps Empower —It takes a collaborative force to make positive changes.  Young female entrepreneurs cannot be what they cannot see-how can you show them what they can be?

     

  7. kaiwoladan:

    BERLIN FASHION WEEK HERBST/WINTER 2014/15 - Lena Hoschek (part 2)

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  8. But, you see, I have the other slipper.

    (Source: hansideburns, via lavieenbleuclair)

     


  9. Alexandra Hoang and Kelly Trinh interview with Catherine Cook, co-founder of MeetMe.  An amazing young woman who began MyYearbook in high school with her brother, later sold it as it became MeetMe.  Catherine continues to inspire young women to become entrepreneurs globally.

     


  10. Reverse the Course on the Move

    December 4, 2013

    Reverse the Course Indiegogo Campaign Needs Your Support

    Seldom do I write about a young CEO in two corresponding posts.  However I think this one is very important for the education of girls globally.  Reverse the Course has a mission to…

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