March is Women’s History Month
Here are some women in the midst of making history through positive social change and entrepreneurship in Columbus, OH.
Claire Coder of Go Aunt Flow is committed to ensuring everyone has access to menstrual products.
Amber Hammond of Ciela Handmade collaborates with diverse communities to deliver unique women’s accessories that improve the lives of women around the world.
Jill Connor of Central Ohio Women in the Trades offers DIY Home Repair Workshops for Women and fosters relationships between tradeswomen and their community.
Jane Cavarozzi of Dirty Girl Coffee works to support economic development and women’s economic progress in Ohio’s Appalachia through delicious coffee beans and teas.
Amber Runyon of Eleventh Candle Co is working globally to redeem, restore, empower and equip women vulnerable to human trafficking, abuse, exploitation and addiction.
Rokki Bonner of Fit to Navigate empowers others to become Relationship Entrepreneurs and give back to disenfranchised communities.
Amanda Caldwell of Fourteen Twenty Nine brings people together and build measurable change to vulnerable and trafficked women in our community.
Madison Mikhail Bush of POINT App brings you the easiest way to volunteer to your community.
Lisa Hinkleman of Ruling Our eXperiences is creating generations of confident girls who control their own relationships, experiences, decisions and futures.
Explore our Marketplace to find more women-owned social enterprises and support them this month!