The 21st century has been characterized by increasing female participation in the workforce, especially in industries that were once described as being “male-dominated”. For example, legal graduates over the past few years have been dominated by women, despite the legal profession once being a “male-centric” industry. In many respects, this phenomenon is affecting a more comprehensive range of sectors, as more and more women are breaking through the glass ceiling. On that note, here are the 5 businesswomen you need to keep an eye now in the corporate world!
#1 Nancy Mello
Coming in at number 1 on our list in Nancy Mello, a well-known businesswoman who has worked as an animal intuitive and clairvoyant in her local community. Nancy has served her local community in the US for many years, assisting with public schools, recreational initiatives, environmental programs and projects relating to animal welfare. In terms of her private consultations, Nancy has assisted many people (and their pets) with intuitive readings, open discussion groups and private sessions.
#2 Yeva Hyusyan
Yeva Hyusyan is the co-founder of SoloLearn: an online platform that provides a diverse range of coding and programming services for free. Based in Pleasanton, California, SoloLearn provides students with a reliable, supportive platform where students can share content with peers from all over the world.
#3 Morgan DeBaun
Blavity was founded in 2014 as an American media company based in Los Angeles, created specifically for black millennials. Morgan DeBaun co-founded the company with Aaron Samuels, focusing on distinct African American sub-cultures and communities. Since 2014, the company has raised close to $10 million in funding, and now reaches more than 7 million people per month.
#4 Allison Robinson
Coming in at number 4 on our list is Allison Robinson, who is the CEO and founder of The Mom Project. Established in 2016, The Mom Project is a career destination for mothers, one that is committed to building great workplaces and businesses for gender diversity and quality.
#5 Sandy Jen
Topping off our list of the top 5 businesswomen in 2020 is Sandy Jen. Jen is the founder of Honor, which is now one of the fastest-growing home care businesses in the world. They provide non-medical care to vulnerable families across the United States, including New Mexico, California and Texas.