Tiffany Biehl, programming coordinator at WDAY, joins us to talk about discovering her passion, what keeps her going, and work-life balance.

You may know Taylor Budge from her sports coverage at WDAY. She talks with Ladyboss about playing by the boys’ rules, the importance of having your dreams supported, and the pressure of being a woman on air.

Brianne Osowski is creating a new way to get customized recommendations on brands and products. She talks with Ladyboss about getting to know your customer, running a tech company, and why women need more champions.

Ladyboss Midwest visited with Kelly Sayre, founder and president of The Diamond Arrow Group and author of “Sharp Women.” Kelly shares her journey as an entrepreneur and discusses her passion for empowering women to feel safe in everyday life.

Start small. Ashton Hauff’s life has been inspired by that mantra, whether she knew it at the time or not. Now, she’s the co-founder of a successful and growing brand studio in Bismarck called The Good Kids. She chatted with Ladyboss Midwest about how she started small, what makes her business successful, where she finds her inspiration, and what keeps her grounded.

Erica Hilde knows change can be scary. She talks with Ladyboss about major career changes, following your passion, and making work work for you.

A shocking 1 in 10 women have endometriosis, yet so many are misdiagnosed, not diagnosed at all, or spend an average of eight years searching for a proper diagnosis.

Looking to add books by Black authors to your reading list? We asked Jebeh Edmunds, multicultural education expert, educator and owner of Jebeh Cultural Consulting to share a list of some of her favorites for kids and adults.

Meet Backyard Play Café! Betsy and Layne combined their interest in providing a safe place for children with their love of great coffee to create Backyard Play Cafe. They hope to create a clean community space that is comfortable for children and for the guardians who love them.

Black women innovators are often overlooked or overshadowed, but they’ve invented all kinds of things that we use in our day to day lives, and have vastly improved our world. Here are just a few of the incredible inventions Black women have given us.