A finalist in the 2018 WBENC Student Entrepreneur Program, Lauren Cornell is CEO and Co-Founder of NovoThelium, which has invented a nipple graft for nipple replacement after mastectomy or trauma.
How Student Entrepreneur Danya Sherman is Advocating Against Drug-Facilitated Sexual Assault, One Napkin at a Time
The first place winner of the 2018 WBENC Student Entrepreneur Program Pitch Competition, Danya Sherman is Founder and CEO of KnoNap and creator of a cocktail napkin capable of testing for the presence of specific rape-drugs.
How Student Entrepreneur Lisa Guerrera is Taking the Guess Work Out of Understanding Skin Care Ingredients
A finalist in the 2018 WBENC Student Entrepreneur Program, Lisa Guerrera is CEO of Skinno, an app that scans complicated skincare ingredients labels and translates them into an easy to understand language.
A finalist in the 2018 WBENC Student Entrepreneur Program, Jenny Leung is founder of BellaNove, a subscription-based rentable maternity wardrobe service.
A finalist in the 2018 WBENC Student Entrepreneur Program, Audrey Awasom is president and CEO of Noble Uprising, a unique philanthropic initiative to supporting job creation for women in homeless shelters through workforce development programs and business partnerships.
A finalist in the 2018 WBENC Student Entrepreneur Program, Whitney Jones is owner and CEO of Liv, a wholesale women’s apparel manufacturer catered to everyday women who wear sizes 14 to 36.
BIG Things Happening in Dallas, Including the Selection of the Best Student Entrepreneur in the U.S.
WBENC teams up with the Entrepreneurs’ Organization Global Student Entrepreneur Awards for the U.S. Nationals pitch competition in Dallas.
WBENC Raises the Stakes (and Opportunities!) for the 2018 Student Entrepreneur Program and Pitch Competition
The Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) is proud to announce the launch of the 2018 Student Entrepreneur Program (SEP). Now in its 10th year, SEP begins with the recruitment of the best and brightest of female entrepreneurship and culminates with an invigorating Pitch Competition for seed capital.
In this guest post, Procter & Gamble, a WBENC Corporate Member and one of America’s Top Corporations for WBEs, shares with us a powerful campaign launched by their brand ALWAYS.
Meet Carrisa Anderson, the first place winner of the 2017 WBENC Student Entrepreneur Program (SEP) pitch day competition.