You know you’re a Ladyboss in your own right, but which iconic Ladyboss are you most like?
Find out in our quiz!
Ellie Maher worked her way from being a receptionist at a tattoo studio to owning her own shop. Her hard work landed her a spot on North Dakota’s 40 under 40, but it’s getting to know her clients that really makes all of the hard work worth it.
Grace Anderson and Bri Sharkey-Smith are the hosts of Renegade Feminist, a podcast that aims to provide coverage of Minnesota’s political scene from a feminist angle. They use their platform to shine a light on women and non-binary candidates, elected officials, organizers and activists, and to make politics more accessible to regular people. In this interview, you’ll learn why they believe more women need to run for office, and how rage can be harnessed to create positive change.
As Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said, “Women belong in all places where decisions are being made.”
One place where women can make a huge difference in their communities, organizations and industries is seated on a board.
Kayla Goebel fell in love with Crossfit right away, but she felt like there were people who were being left out of the community. So, she built one herself. Now she owns Strong Roots, a small gym with a big mission.
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.
For small business owners, 2020 was a rough year. Sarah Herrick-Smíšek doesn’t own just one small business, but two. She tells us how taking care of your mental health in the midst of a pandemic is a hobby all its own.
Social distancing is one of the key practices we’ve been told will keep us safe from contracting the coronavirus. Nearly overnight, the ways in which we interact with each other completely changed. Happy hours, trivia nights, and birthday parties were taken to Zoom, and we’ve mostly had to gather with our communities online. Because of that, even some of our strongest relationships have been tested, and acquaintances and casual friendships have nearly disappeared.
Chicago-based designer, Sadie Teper, began her design career with a challenge: make 20 designs a month. Now she’s found her style, and has a whole new challenge for herself in 2021.
Now that you’re used to wearing a mask, it’s time to double your efforts. Experts recommend double masking if you’re headed to the grocery store, or somewhere where you will be indoors with people outside of your household.