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With passion in business strategy and female leadership, Danielle is the co-creator of BossBabe specializing in the brand’s operation and growth strategy. After starting her first business at 22, Danielle has gone on to become a serial, international 7-figure entrepreneur.
Natalie is the CEO of BossBabe, one of the largest communities online of ambitious women and female entrepreneurs. Her mission is to encourage and support women to be unapologetically ambitious. BossBabe connects millions of women, providing a support network that gives them the confidence and tools they need to create their own version of success.
Beatrice launched The Honey Pot Company, a plant-based feminine hygiene line. She created this innovative concept with the goal to provide women with a healthy alternative to feminine care that is free of chemicals, parabens, carcinogens and sulfates.
Rebecca Minkoff co-founded a global brand with a wide range of apparel, handbags, footwear, jewelry and accessories products. She also created the Female Founder Collective, a network of businesses led by women who invest in women’s financial power.
Babba Rivera is the founder of bybabba, a next-gen Brand Marketing Agency, with offices in both New York and Stockholm. She helped merge the gap between the agency world and the uprise of fast moving, direct-to-consumer brands.
Janice is the first African American woman to build and own a billion dollar company. The ActOne Group, is the largest privately held, minority-woman-owned personnel company founded in the U.S.
“Elle” means “She” in French. On this website, we used the pronouns “she” and “her” as over 90% of BossBabe and Elle’s combined audiences identify as women. However, we welcome anyone to participate in our initiatives regardless of their gender identity. Last year, over 1,800 women-owned businesses were launched every day, but there's still a lot of work to do. Our intent is to help more female entrepreneurs start and scale businesses. We used the words “female” and “women” but welcome anyone to participate in our initiatives regardless of sex, race, or sexual orientation.
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