Think Glassdoor; just for women.
The world of medicinal marijuana from a Public Relations maven.
Let's talk about sex, baby. Unbound is here to tell you women can be sexual too.
Jenna Guarneri is a self-made CEO, from working up the ranks at previous PR firms to eventually starting her own.
Using the mystical and magical to inspire her in her art and daily life, Claire Mortifee invites us to live a little brighter through her music.
We took a moment to reflect on the horrific events unfolding in Charlottesville, VA, and how they act as a representation of the injustices currently happening all over the United States.
Described as "liberated fashion for the modern day woman", H.A.H was started from to Sharleen Ernster's desire to cut back on waste of human capital and resources.
Many like to promote the idea that music is a universal language, but how universal can it be if we can't grant access to all of its fanbase? Cassie Wilson has built a platform that provides disabled fans with resources about venue's accessibility information.
As far as progress goes, over the past five years we have dramatically shifted the conversation around sexual identity and education. However, we still have a lot of work to do, and that's what Corey Rae is here to talk about.
Alyson Stoner may be many things, but fearful is not one of them. The dancer, singer, actress, entrepreneur (and many hat-wearer), has learned how to channel her emotions and messages into art.
Being a recent graduate in a not-so-great job market can be terrifying. Neha Sampat, cofounder and CEO of Built.io, a cloud-based API-first enterprise suite (we know, right?), is here to offer up some advice.
believe me is an non-profit company tackling sexual assault through the message of "no." Catie and Hana, the two founders, share why this matters to them, and how they want to tackle it.
Skylar Marshai is many things, but underachiever is not one of them. Student by day, lingerie designer by every other waking hour, Marshai is shifting the way in which we consume lingerie.
Designers in Protest is a design-led collective encouraging civic engagement. Use our postcards to write your representatives and download our posters for rallies and protests. All profits are donated to Southern Poverty Law Center and Emily's List.
Fiona Grey has experienced plenty of gender bullshit in the music industry, and she's tired of it.
As a musician who's traveled the world and graced many stages, Ebony Joi is here to let you know she's not going anywhere.
For the wild hearts, Lindsey Clark and Lauren Palomares are teaching you how to embrace it and channel it into a business.
Follow along for a day in the life of musician Molly Portier. (Hint: It involves caffeine).
A self-proclaimed slight masochistic, Larissa rips off the proverbial band-aid and writes about the things that matter to her.
Fast fashion is might have revolutionized fashion, but it's destroying the world. Kim Kirton has created UnCo as a fashionable alternative.
"The second I realized that having children was a choice rather than a requirement, I stopped planning around them."
Sustainable, eco-friendly, and fashionable. Kayti O'Connell Carr has created the brand you can't help but check out.
She took a chance on herself and ended up at To Write Love on Her Arms. She took a chance on her words and ended up with a blog and a soon-to-be-published novel.
"We are daughters, sisters, mothers, grandmothers and friends racing for one cause."
Personalization, just the way you like it. Kristin Berry has built a business around her unique graphic design skills.
From manager/saleswoman of a well-known vintage archive, to owner of her own brand. Kendra Benson is This Woman's Work.
Taking pain and channeling it into beauty, Mary Young has found a new use for her lingerie platform: to empower women and encourage them to love every curve, bump, and dent on their bodies.
They love nice people, we love nice people. Let's all be nice people, shall we?
A subscription box to celebrate women. Need we say more?
Jewelry with a historical and ancestral twist. New York designer Ilana Ariel uses her Jewish heritage to inspire her lines.