EWI’s First Spokeswoman I am honored to be the first spokeswoman for Empowered Women International. Your community and purpose perfectly align with my mission to help more women start and build successful companies. It is a firm belief, and personal experience
Interview with Laura Ramirez Drain, founder of Random Words Marketing. Laura is part of EWI’s Grow My Business (GMB) program in Northern Virginia.
Ujjayini Brawley, founder of Bon Vegan. #Healthy #Local #Vegan Comfort Food providing catering, personal chef & meals on the go in Washington, DC bonveganeats.com
EWI alumni Alyscia Cunningham has been taking her creativity in new directions lately. Check out her new video project on Celtx. Use your vote to #BeHerChampion!
Responding to increased demand for her books, writing, and educational experiences, Sushmita Mazumdar is opening a second location in Ballston, VA. Studio PAUSE is EWI’s first brick and mortar business by a graduate. It was started with the support of
Rebecca enrolled in Empowered Women International’s entrepreneurship training last spring via a partner organization just months after escaping sex trafficking. On her first day, she was timid and nervous. But Rebecca had a big, bold dream: start a bakery where
Everyone needs someone who believes in them. With your help we can play that role for women entrepreneurs in the Washington DC area. That’s why we can’t wait to tell you about Maryam. Maryam Abdulrahman Kuliya grew up in Nigeria,
When you live in a different cultural environment, most people develop a bi-cultural identity. You learn how to be successful, what to do, and what not to do in that culture. This experience improves peoples’ skills of adaptability, interpersonal relations,
Already thinking about your holiday gift list? Before you head out to shop, take a look at the diverse offerings of the EWI Alumni Businesses. Find a gift that inspires you, your loved one, and an empowered woman! Meet these entrepreneurs
Velma Crawford is an artist, designer, and storyteller-well known for making unique aprons. Velma’s designs are inspired by the love she felt for her grandmother, who taught her the art of quilting, and the memory of good times shared with