Women Breaking Boundaries Boss Ladies You Need to Know

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Women breaking boundaries and boss ladies you need to know for International Women’s Day. It’s today, March 8th, happy International Women’s Day.

Find inspiration from the following  Boss Ladies as we highlight these exceptional female entrepreneurs.

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As a single working mother of two, Lisa Ximenez is always looking for better, faster ways to get things done around the house. She came up with Bump It Off, a reusable silicone sleeve that fits on your hand in four different positions, enabling you to concentrate scrubbing power in the palm of your hand or on your fingertips.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Boss LadiesFriends for over 30 years, the Melissa’s behind Meli’s Monster Cookies – Melissa Blue and Melissa Mehall – started this tasty brand when Blue’s mother-in-law gifted her a 40-year-old family recipe on the day of her wedding. Passed down for decades, she’s been baking the cookies ever since. The best tasting gluten-free cookies on the market, Meli’s Monster Cookies are so good, you won’t even know there’s no gluten, flour or wheat in them!

 

 

 

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Dr. Stacia Pierce is an award-winning life coach and author who helps women empower themselves to achieve their financial and business goals. As founder and CEO of lifecoach2women.com, she’s able to reach hundreds of thousands of women around the world and help them discover how to develop their own success attraction system in order to manifest their goals. In addition to small business owners, Pierce has assisted the Hollywood elite, Grammy and Emmy winners, and television personalities on their journey.

 

 

 

 

 

Boss LadiesErika Szychowski founder of Good Zebra is fearlessly striking out to disrupt the snack food industry. Erika is a global branding authority that has worked with a diverse clientele base from The Rolling Stones to the Olympic Games. Her passion for baking and strong brand vision are helping bring these tasty protein bar alternatives to briefcases and backpacks across the nation.

 

 

 

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Dear Heart Designs got its start in 2013 when designer Nichole Kirk wanted to help raise funds for a friend about to embark on a mission trip to India. Her initial goal was to sell at least 10 of her fabric wrap bracelets featuring stamped copper circles, but God had other plans. Nichole wound up selling over $1000 in bracelets within 48 hours, setting her on a path to entrepreneurship that would inspire and guide others.

 

 

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Ariana Pierce not only runs Superstar Nail Lacquer and Style Shoppe, an online accessories company, she’s a published author (Skip The Party Start A Business), motivational speaker, designer, and business coach, Ariana Pierce has the tools to help aspiring entrepreneurs create their own future.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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One of the most popular toys in France since 1961. Sophie the Giraffe was introduced to the American market by Helen Dumoulin-Montgomery in 2001.

 

 

 

 

 

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As her daughter would tumble and fall on our floors learning her new skills, she would hurt herself immediately and began to cry even with blankets down to break the fall. Ashley Whitman created Romp & Roost when she was searching for a large playpen with flooring on the internet to purchase for her daughter. Ashley wanted something large enough for her daughter to play in that also had a soft bottom for her stumbles and falls.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Meredith Madsen is President of Sunshine & Glitter, a glitter lifestyle brand that features SPFs, and lotions with glitter. Rapidly expanding, the company’s products are sold in more than 1,000 stores, including premier department stores, toy stores, pharmacies, hotels and resorts and dermatology offices around the globe.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Little Goodall is created by artist and designer Molly Goodall. While a stay-at-home mother, Goodall was frustrated when her two-year-old son refused to wear the hoods on his coats. Searching for a creative solution, she designed and made the original Ferocious Felt Lion coat to inspire him to put his hood up in the cold. Little Goodall was born!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Bosom Couture founder and CEO Dawn Jackson used her beauty industry background savvy to bring to market a breast cosmetic product that was long overdue, enter Bosom Couture Boob Glue. Within weeks of Bosom Couture’s launch, than brand had already gained celebrity recognition along with a cult-like following calling themselves “Bosom Beauties” and the idea was sticking like, well…glue.

 

 

 

These Boss Ladies are in charge and on the war path to success. Boss Ladies are driven and relentless in their pursuit of business domination.