Taryn Cook is the project manager at San Diego and New York based architecture firm, Colkitt&Co. At just 28 years old, Taryn won the 2014 VMSD Designer Dozen award, recognizing her as one of 12 up-and-coming designers under the age of 35.
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Labor today announced a total of $1,938,182 in grants to help women through the Women in Apprenticeship and Nontraditional Occupations program, an initiative designed to recruit, train and retain women in high-skill occupations in advanced manufacturing, transportation, energy, construction, information technology and other industries.
In 2007 Founder and CEO Da’Nielle Veasey decided to “drop the mic” from pursuing a music career in exchange for a business suit and put to use her Business degree and Associate’s in Marketing, to launch UBME Business Consulting and Marketing Firm.
Frances Kweller, CEO of Kweller Prep, a learning incubator specializing in advanced test preparation in Queens, New York, founded Kweller Prep after receiving her law degree from Hofstra Law School. She offers the following tips to women embarking on their first business venture:
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