10 Badass Women Killing the Entrepreneurship game

Updated: Mar 11, 2020

We all know that women are entering the workforce with the cards stacked against them.

By: Tatiana Cortes


Real talk, ladies – if you have a great idea for a business, you’re going to have to fight tooth and nail to make sure your ideas are heard.


With that in mind things haven’t improved for women seeking funding. In fact, things have worsened. There are all kinds of reasons for this inequality – but performance isn’t one of them. So in this blog we have 10 women who are killing the entreprenurial game:


Natalie Ellis


Bossbabe herself, Natalie is the CEO and co-founder of the largest online movement of ambitious women. She is one hell of a badass woman who knows a thing or two about building an empire online, with over six million tags on social media alone. Whether you are an entrepreneur yourself, social media influencer, businesswoman, or just wanting some inspo, read on – if she did it, so can you!


Marie Forleo


A life coach, motivational speaker, writer, philanthropist, and an unshakable optimist – Owner of Marie Forleo International. Founder of a socially conscious digital empire that touches millions. She offers online training programs to help people dream big and back it up with meaningful action, creating results. She is definitely one to look up to!




Jenna Kutcher


Obsessed with teaching others how to make a living doing what they love, Jenna is helping dreamers run authentic, profitable businesses. She started as a wedding photographer with a $300 Craigslist camera, hustling to build her business. She now hosts the Goal Digger podcast, which has over 18.6 million downloads, teaching courses on social media and online marketing strategies. She is a firm believer that hard work combined with passion does pay off.


Jasmine Star


Founder of Social Curator, Jasmine is a business strategist who empowers entrepreneurs to build a brand, market it on social media, and create a live that you love. Jasmine is a first-generation Latina, a first-generation college student who left law school to pursue her passion.






Alyssa Nobriga


Dedicated to women’s empowerment, Alyssa has supported thousands of people around the world to transform their business and lives. She is the founder of Mastery for Coaches, an online business course for conscious entrepreneurs. She combines tools to help coaches be masterful in facilitation and successful in their business.


Jen Sincero


New York Times bestselling author of the You Are a Badass books, speaker and success coach. She went from low-paying jobs, to freelancing, to babysitting, to catering and living in a garage – To eventually starting her business helping writers complete their book proposals, making seven figures. Her books are a must read!





Carrie Green


Founder of the Female Entrepreneur Association, an online platform dedicated to inspiring and empowering women to turn their ideas into reality and build successful businesses. With over 350,000 women involved worldwide, it is consider one of the largest support platforms for female entrepreneurs.




Amanda Bucci


To help people flourish internally, so they can conquer externally is Amanda’s mission. An entrepreneur, business coach, and social media strategist, she is a firm believer that you can that you can turn social media into dollars. She’s the queen when it comes to YouTube and IG fitness, with 600,000 followers. Its all about speaking to your audience, being vulnerable, handling hate the smart way, and find the right mentor.



Sarah Pendrick


Founder of the original women-supporting-women movements, the GirlTalk Network, which mission is to empower women of all ages. Sarah is an international speaker, humanitarian, tech founder, and a leader in the progress of women’s transformation. What is great about Sarah is that she showcases how being a female entrepreneur doesn’t have to look just one way.



Jacqueline Camacho-Ruiz


An award-winning entrepreneur, international speaker, philanthropist and author of ten books. She is the founder of The Fig Factor Foundation focused on unleashing the potential in young Latinas. She is the creator of the Today’s Inspired Latina book series and international movement. As a two-time cancer survivor, Jacqueline serves as an inspiration to fight for your dreams and help others.

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