It’s true that moms can do it all. Check out this list of 5 “mompreneurs” that are taking care of their business in and out of their homes.
Cinnamon Browser is the creator of NailTaxi, a mobile nail salon company that offers professional nail services in homes, offices or any other place clients may want. The preface for starting the business came after being on maternity leave and having no way to get to a salon with a new baby in tow. Today NailTaxi is in 10 U.S. cities, three Canadian cities and in The Bahamas.
Monique Greenwood is the CEO of Akwaaba Bed and Breakfast Inn, a line of high-end bed and breakfast inns. Before starting the B&Bs, she was editor-in-chief of Essence magazine. Akwaaba started in Brooklyn and now there are inns in four locations.
Cheryl Wood has coined herself a “fearless living strategist.” As the owner of CherylWoodEmpowers.com, she coaches professionals, entrepreneurs and working moms on following their passions. Her outstanding business strategies helped her win the “Elevator Pitch Olympics” at the 10th Annual Frasernet Power Networking Conference in Atlanta, Georgia.
Richelle Shaw is the one and only African American female public utility owner in the country. She went from being bankrupt to becoming a millionaire after losing it all in the 9/11 World Trade center tragedies. Today, Richelle is a speaker, entrepreneur and author of The Million Dollar Equation.
Roxanne Ferrance is the owner of Cake in a Cup NY®. She realized her dream after her son asked her to make a cake that he saw on TV. Her client list includes Russell Simmons.