My Four Favorite Female Entrepreneurs | Jenngem

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There are so many amazing women out there. They have that drive, an entrepreneurial spirit that keeps them going and drives them to create some of the most amazing things out there. Angela Wei Milk sat down to discuss gender in marketing and businesses. Did you know that 17% of marketing and ad agencies are run by women? How awesome is that? Anywho, I wanted to share some of my fave amazing ladies who are absolutely killing it out there! From an amazingly creative artist to an amazing woman with a  fierce and fiery spirit and a heart for God, check out what they have to offer! 

Heather Born

After running a freelance writing business of her own, making some beaucoup bucks with some major household names, she had had enough of it. It was draining her, but she was doing it to make money in order to support her family. At the end of 2019, she ended up shutting her freelance writing business down in order to achieve her dreams, and that is just what she is doing. 

She is building up the Born Iconic, a service-based brand, as well as a product-based business called Joy Riot! She has three different "legs" of her Born Iconic brand. The Born Iconic Sisterhood, The Born Iconic Style Method, and the Born Iconic Mastercrew. She is all about REACHING GOALS. 


Isabel Chau first started making accessories for her daughter to match her child's outfit. Her daughter always loves dressing up and having matching accessories. Then she began selling to other mamas out there. It was all uphill from there. 

She continues to create accessories in order to put a smile on the face of little girls everywhere. At the moment she is focusing on making more racially diverse accessories because she believes we need them in the world, and I totally agree! Her future plans include growing her business. She also has a Matilda Jane business that she is currently focusing on. She says, she wants to use her "awareness of racial equity to increase racial diversity in the boutique world. Big boutique brand needs more women of color on their team, we need to see more women of color owner in Thai boutique world."

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Erika is an incredible artist that expresses herself throughout her artwork. She was first inspired by the cartoons of her childhood, like My Little Pony, Digimon and Care Bears. Her paternal Grandfather Castor Ayala, a master Artist in Puerto Rico is also a huge inspiration in her life. Her hope is to one day make children's books and comics and for it to be animated! She wants to be able to give back some of that whimsy that we lose when we grow up. I for one think she is doing an amazing job! 

Libby Ann Murray Phillips

Libby is a woman on a mission. She began selling Paparazzi jewelry and accessories (who doesn't LOVE those?) She had been buying it for years and she wanted to start paying herself instead of somebody else! Her future plans are to grow her business so that she can pay off her mortgage. She loves to inspire woman to look and feel their best. 

You've got to check out Angela Wei Milk to learn more about gender in marketing and business! Who are your favorite female entrepreneurs?

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