With a fresh perspective on the world, teenage CEO Mikaila Ulmer is leading the way in social entrepreneurship, using Me & the Bees to raise awareness..
Browsing: young women to watch
Through their brand of postivity and Black excellence, D’azhane Cook and Ariel Lee, founders of Remane, are out to untangle a convoluted industry.
Painter Catie Lewis finds blissful inspiration from her home in the Philippines, embracing her culture and giving space to all young women of color.
Serial entrepreneur, venture capitalist and new author Arooj Sheikh shares five ways to maximize your life and push your own boundaries of possiblity.
Urban Roots Food and Leadership Fellow Lynn Huynh finds joy in connecting with the land and those who cared for it befor her.
Through her involvement in her community and her dedication to nonprofit work, Faith Avery channels the grit of an Austin woman to build strong communities.
Young women are instrumental to the success of our future. Numbers don’t lie. Girl power reigns. The future is undoubtedly female.
Time is on your side for financial success, especially if you start saving for college now to build your financial security.
The Austin Woman team takes a trip back in time to talk about their childhood dreams, everything from a paleontologist to a doctor to the lead in a band.
Champagne Supply Co. Founders Ana Müzel Silva and Gabrielle Müzel offer insights for how to launch a successful business while maintaining a full-time job. By Sommer…