Katrina McKay didn’t set out to start an outsourcing business but a desire to create abundance for others led her there.
Women entrepreneurs from around the world gather in Atlanta for first ever global institute
What’s the best thing that can happen when two young, inspirational, female activists who are both fighting to elevate the status of women around the world meet? An open and honest conversation about what it means to be a feminist.
Women are changing the way business is done and building communities of like-minded business owners. It’s the idea of Feminine Capital and the rise of the feminist entrepreneur.
An enthusiastic call to women to build businesses that reflect their values – on their own terms.
Poetry by Anne Sexton and Illustration by JJ Steeves