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Great article on Anita Campbell of Small Business Trends - a publishing role model.

Great article on Anita Campbell of Small Business Trends - a publishing role model.

Jean Brittingham, founder of social venture SmartGirls’ Way, is a passionate believer in the idea that women have unique strengths that position them for success in creating a thriving economy. “I work with women entrepreneurs because that’s the way to change the economy. We need to leverage the strong skills and mechanisms women have." Jean is a speaker at the Women in Innovation Summit, in September 2012. We are looking forward to it! #WINS2012 www.wins2012.org

Jean Brittingham, founder of social venture SmartGirls’ Way, is a passionate believer in the idea that women have unique strengths that position them for success in creating a thriving economy. “I work with women entrepreneurs because that’s the way to change the economy. We need to leverage the strong skills and mechanisms women have." Jean is a speaker at the Women in Innovation Summit, in September 2012. We are looking forward to it! #WINS2012 www.wins2012.org

Christine Do, CEO of Soft Tech Consulting. At 17 Christine Do was forced out of war-ridden Saigon by the American withdrawal from the Vietnam War. Her family immigrated to the United States and found their way to a small town in upstate New York. Today her company provides a range of technology consulting services. In 2010, she was chosen as one of the Top 10 Asian Entrepreneurs from Inc.

Christine Do, CEO of Soft Tech Consulting. At 17 Christine Do was forced out of war-ridden Saigon by the American withdrawal from the Vietnam War. Her family immigrated to the United States and found their way to a small town in upstate New York. Today her company provides a range of technology consulting services. In 2010, she was chosen as one of the Top 10 Asian Entrepreneurs from Inc.

What Every Entrepreneur Needs To Know If You Are Thinking About Raising Capital @Aleeka Kay Edwards

What Every Entrepreneur Needs To Know If You Are Thinking About Raising Capital @Aleeka Kay Edwards

Vicky Thompson, President and CEO of Valuation Management Group. Vicky Thompson worked for 18 years with Fleet Finance, where she ascended to vice president of operations before setting out to found Valuation Management Group in 2006. Thompson has said that she had to learn how to grow her business with little capital, but that the hard work has paid off. This year, her company was recognized by the Atlanta Business Chronicle with a Pacemaker Award as one of the city’s outstanding…

Vicky Thompson, President and CEO of Valuation Management Group. Vicky Thompson worked for 18 years with Fleet Finance, where she ascended to vice president of operations before setting out to found Valuation Management Group in 2006. Thompson has said that she had to learn how to grow her business with little capital, but that the hard work has paid off. This year, her company was recognized by the Atlanta Business Chronicle with a Pacemaker Award as one of the city’s outstanding…

Indigo Johnson, Founder and CEO  Careers In Transition  Tucker, Ga.  After years of working within companies and creating unusual programs, Indigo Johnson developed entrepreneurial skills and, in 1995, founded her own company—Careers In Transition. The company offers training, staff augmentation and project management to federal agencies, universities, and corporations.

Top Black Entrepreneurs of the 2012 Inc. 5000

Indigo Johnson, Founder and CEO Careers In Transition Tucker, Ga. After years of working within companies and creating unusual programs, Indigo Johnson developed entrepreneurial skills and, in 1995, founded her own company—Careers In Transition. The company offers training, staff augmentation and project management to federal agencies, universities, and corporations.

With her husband Gary, Diane Heavin founded the fitness chain, Curves in 1992.  The chain has since grown into the world’s largest fitness franchise, with nearly 10,000 in over 70 countries.  The company, which serves over 4 million members, is about strengthening women, as their motto states.    Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/50-women-entrepreneurs-who-inspire-us-2010-12?op=1#ixzz24M01JqHj

50 Inspiring Women Entrepreneurs

With her husband Gary, Diane Heavin founded the fitness chain, Curves in 1992. The chain has since grown into the world’s largest fitness franchise, with nearly 10,000 in over 70 countries. The company, which serves over 4 million members, is about strengthening women, as their motto states. Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/50-women-entrepreneurs-who-inspire-us-2010-12?op=1#ixzz24M01JqHj

How to Become Your Own Boss

How to Become Your Own Boss

Enter the Small Business Real Talk Contest to win one year of free Shoeboxed! Featuring Steve Strauss, Melinda Emerson (SmallBizLady), & Casey Steinbacher.

Ellen Kullman is CEO of DuPont, the 72nd biggest company in America, according to the Fortune 500 list. Kullman oversaw an 18% rise in revenues and a 14% increase in profits at the chemical company in 2011.

Meet Fortune 500's female powerbrokers - CNN.com

Ellen Kullman is CEO of DuPont, the 72nd biggest company in America, according to the Fortune 500 list. Kullman oversaw an 18% rise in revenues and a 14% increase in profits at the chemical company in 2011.

Pam Ivey is a very inspiring and motived entrepreneur who strives to share her knowledge and help others succeed!

Pam Ivey is a very inspiring and motived entrepreneur who strives to share her knowledge and help others succeed!

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