The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly; who errs, who comes short again and again, because there is no effort without error and shortcoming…” – Theodore Roosevelt Referred to as “the face of natural medicine in the 21st century” by Prevention Magazine and named one of the “100 Women to Watch in Wellness” by Mind Body Green, Aviva Romm, MD has bridged the best of traditional medicine with good science for over three decades.
She is the CEO & Co-Founder at Ipseity Media and is on the advisory board for two startups, n Gage.social and NAIAD.
She is a Forbes Agency Council and Young Entrepreneurs Council (YEC) member and a columnist.
They motivate and inspire each other to find new approaches to handling the complex issues surrounding motherhood.
An active philanthropist, Sarah has traveled extensively — including Rwanda, Bosnia and Haiti — and always encourages women to harness their internal power and pursue their goals.
Since then, Natasha has been named a Forbes 30 under 30 Food & Beverage, Zagat 30 Under 30, Linked in 10 under 35 for Food & Leisure, as well as being featured in many national publications and radio like Cosmo, Dwell and NPR, and TV shows including Food Network’s Chopped, Barefoot Contessa, Unique Sweets, Good Morning America, King of Cones, Andy Cohen Live and many more.
The company has become one of the leading innovative small dessert businesses, growing significantly to include four trucks and two storefronts in LA, two trucks and one cart in NYC, and four trucks in Dallas, Texas.
The more we support them, the more women will be inspired to start their own ventures and take smart risks to reach their goals too.
Here are 12 entrepreneurs who I am proud to know personally and am hugely inspired by.
Dawson and Erwiah were inspired by many African men and women who expressed a desire to establish independence through an education and dignified job.