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Category: Entrepreneurism

Betsy Lay – Co-Founder of Lady Justice Brewing

Owner Betsy Lay, along with partners Kate Power and Jen Cuesta, are the co-founders of Lady Justice Brewing, based in Aurora, Colorado. The three met while working at AmeriCorps VISTA. In 2014, they joined forces and their community-focused brewery was born. Its mission? –   “brewing great beer to make…
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Entrepreneur Aileen Bordman Adds Wine to the Monet’s Palate Brand

After writing and producing a movie and writing two books about Monet’s gardens, entrepreneur Aileen Bordman has added wine to the Monet’s Palate brand. Following in the footsteps of her mother, Dame Helen Rappel Bordman, Aileen is embracing the stewardship of Monet’s home and garden. The elder Ms. Bordman first…
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Whitney Bolster – Founder and CEO of Ampersand

Creativity is what Whitney Bolster’s all about. She’s the Founder and CEO of Ampersand, a female-led, mission-driven creative brand agency. And as such, Ampersand is, “defying the odds merely by existing and is dedicated to making space for more women to get involved in the industry. The female perspective is…
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Ashley Rouse – Chef, Culinary Entrepreneur, Activist

Chef, culinary entrepreneur, activist – just three of the hats worn by Ashley Rouse. She also happens to be the founder of Brooklyn-based Trade Street Jam Company, a minority and woman-certified batch jam company. Ashley creates fruit forward and clean tasting vegan jams that are low in sugar,…
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Vivian Chew, Music Industry Professional and Entrepreneur

For Vivian Chew it’s all about music. While working at ASCAP (American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers), she founded the “ASCAP Rhythm and Soul Awards,” which is celebrating its 32nd year. She’s also the founder of TimeZone International, the first and only U.S. based African American owned company that provides recording artists…
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