One of the best ways you can celebrate women's history month is by promoting the businesses the we start -- often while work a full-time job and caring for children. You can start by promoting the women entrepreneurs you know and then help spread the word about these 10 women who I've worked with online for 5 to 20+ years.
Don't just stop there. Here are some other ways you can support women-owned businesses -- this month and all year round.
How to Celebrate Women Entrepreneurs
Nicole is an author and business consultant who makes a living from empowering entrepreneurs with Private Label Rights (PLR) templates and printables. I first met her at Mom Masterminds almost 20 years ago.
Melissa is an online content creator who has made it her mission to help busy entrepreneurs outsource tasks and free up their time. I met her at Mom Masterminds and saw her business grow after she bought Internet Marketing Sweetie from Alice Seba (mentioned below).
Christina is a podcast editor and ghostwriter who makes it possible for business coaches and other entrepreneurs to do what they do. I met her through Mom Masterminds and she edited my first podcast.
Kelly is a community builder who has made entrepreneurship possible for thousands of women around the world. She is a mentor, coach, and content creator who is the "mastermind" behind Mom Masterminds where I met many of my long-time business friends.
Alice is an online entrepreneur who nurtures a community of publishers centered around her Private Label Rights (PLR) print-on-demand products. I first met her through Internet-Based Moms, Internet Marketing Sweetie, and Mom Masterminds.
Tawnya created a virtual assistant network while single-handedly raising three children in 2003. Her network serves thousands of VAs from around the world.
LaTara is a vision activation strategist who has been helping women achieve their goals since I first met her online at Mom Masterminds 20 years ago. You can listen to her lifestyle podcast episode about soul care on our site.
Angela helps women who want to succeed in direct sales through internet marketing. I met her through Mom Masterminds more than 20 years ago when she ran a virtual assistant company.
In case you're wondering why I only have nine women on my list, it's because I saved myself for last. You can follow me on social media using the icons below.