Rayme Rosello is the owner and founder of Comida, a Denver-based taco truck turned brick and mortar. Since launch, Rayme experienced all the highs-and-lows of the always volatile restaurant industry: Launching two, multi-location brands; overseeing 80+ employees, and going down one million dollars in sales in one year.Read More
Talia Koren is the founder and owner of Workweek Lunch, a subscription service teaching working professionals how to meal prep for just $7.99 a month. With over 40,000 monthly readers and 150,000 followers, Talia helps busy people save money, eat healthy, and place their health as a priority.Read More
Natalie Uhling is a fitness model and influencer, training women through her signature class, NUFit. NUFit combines HIIT training, spot toning, and choreography; focused on building up your confidence as much as as your muscles or heart rate.Read More
Ashlee Hightower is the owner and founder of Contract for Creatives, a legal services company dedicated to creative entrepreneurs. She teaches us a few things we should always watch out for on contracts and how she manages running her two distinct platforms.Read More
Alexa Schirm is the founder of Simple Roots Wellness, a platform offering an unconventional approach to nutrition, mindset, and hormonal health. Alexa talks about the time she lost her health, the time she hired a coach who just wanted to make a buck, and an “awful” first launch.Read More
Kiona is the founder of How to Not Travel Like a Basic Bitch, an online travel blog turned community-sourced, social justice platform. After the encouragement from a bottle of wine to publish an online travel resource, Kiona’s following grew to 70,000 visitors by year one. Today, Kiona consults ambassadors, city planners, and individuals on how to respectfully bridge the gap between cultures.Read More
Senita Athletics launched in 2015 by two sisters, teammates, and friends, Jenna Transtrum and Maddie Carr. As former soccer players and D1 track athletes, they were determined to get back in shape. They were disappointed by the prices offered to them. With no prior design or fashion experience themselves, they sought out manufacturers to bring their own line to life.Read More
This week Kara interviews Tara, the same way you've come to expect with other episodes. You'll learn about how Tara and Kara first met in college, why Tara transferred schools, and how they reconnected years later.Read More
Sophie Stich is the owner behind StichYourSolutions and Toastworthy, two DC-based businesses in the hospitality industry. Toastworthy is a pop-up bar operating out of a vintage airstream, serving as the perfect backdrop to weddings, anniversaries, birthdays, and other events.
Emily Hines is the CFO and co-founder of Sweat Cosmetics, a makeup line designed by active women, for active women. From driving Lyft to make rent, to raising over $200k through crowdfunding so they wouldn't run out of product, Emily goes through the pains and lessons of building the Sweat Cosmetics brand.Read More
Julia Morgan is the owner and founder of j.mo studio, a lifestyle photography studio in Denver, Colorado. She got a little choked up explaining how she brought home “pennies” the first couple years, until she finally surpassed her husband’s income in January, 2018—and was able to tell everyone her life that no, this was not just a “hobby.”Read More
Ashlynn Haynes is the co-founder and co-owner of Paper Laundry, a creative strategy and branding studio in Denver, Colorado. She tells us about how she left her old agency, how she learned to price what she's worth, and ultimately how she transformed her business into an award-winning agency (congrats ladies!).Read More
Doctor Jen Esquer is the founder of DocJenFit, a platform giving individuals the tools to stay mobile and find the root cause of injury. She tells the story of growing then monetizing her large audience and her experiences in the online space.
Kelly and Andra launched Grace & Gold, a branding and web design one-stop-shop for creative women. Listen to how they balance life and business, and their tips for contracts, productivity, and scope creep.Read More