5 Women Entrepreneurs Who are Shaking Up Education

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Women entrepreneurs still face unique challenges in businesses around the world. It’s even harder if women decide to become independent entrepreneurs. Still, there’s no denying that their influence is growing with each passing day. Despite all the difficulties, an increasing number of women entrepreneurs are making their presence felt in different learning areas. These include online training and education and mentoring young people. An increasing number of women are getting into entrepreneurial roles.

With all this in mind, we’ll be looking at five women entrepreneurs who are shaking up the global education scene today, but before that, we want to shed some light on building successful women-centric businesses online, despite the daily challenges and difficulties that women face in the modern business world. Take a look:

 

Why Build a Business Online?

Well, first of all, it’s much cheaper than doing it the regular way. You have the accessibility. Anyone can do it and attending online training courses is often free in many cases. Both online mentors and trainees don’t need to spend extra money or be away from their family and friends to do it. Anyone can access an online training course, regardless of where they live.

On the other hand, those who manage their business online can work from any location with Internet access. Probably the biggest reason why a number of women entrepreneurs are choosing the online way is that it’s much easier to find reasonable financing without having to confront gender bias.

Instead of facing these challenges every day, most women decided to start building their businesses online. Today, those same women are sharing their knowledge with hundreds and thousands of young women who are facing the same troubles as they did in the past. By doing so, these young women can do much more than just attend online courses, they can actually make an impact of their own.

So, without any further ado, here are five inspiring women entrepreneurs who teach people how to properly grow their own online business.

 

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1. Amy Port

Director and co-founder of Training of Heroic Public Speaking, Amy Port extended her work far beyond the execution of corporate training. She is involved in the development of private online coaching, master classes, and CEO keynotes. She applies her online training skills to help people crush their sales presentations and exceed their own expectations. Amy teaches various performance techniques that transform regular speakers into real performers. Using various learning management system or LMS software, she and her company prepare thousands of young people for competitive edge with the right foundation. Her online training courses are extremely popular, especially with salesmen and women.

 

2. Courtney Williams

Founder and CEO of TORSH, Courtney Williams strongly believes that a strong system of education benefits society as well as individual students. Her focus is fully shifted to why there’s no visible impact on student outcomes despite the fact that the U.S. government spent billions of dollars on teacher training. This persuaded her to establish TORSH, a company that offers a variety of data platform tools. These include online training software and video-based online community with the main goal of helping classroom teachers by facilitating feedback, coaching, and observation. Courtney’s main purpose is to drive home the need for better teachers and improved education that will impact not only students but the wider society.

 

 

3. Janet Coyle

Managing director at Founders4Schools, Janet Coyle is one of the pioneers of advancing education. This is due to her different and a very unique approach. She doesn’t focus solely on student preparations in traditional subjects, which is the very foundation of education as we know it. Instead, she and her company focus on recognizing the benefits of bringing tech entrepreneurs into schools. Her main goal is to prepare and inspire students to recognize their own positions in the future economy. Janet Coyle fully realized that traditional norms in education and future careers have changed. The only way to adequately embrace that change is by learning and following the advice of experienced tech entrepreneurs who share their experiences and broaden the student’s horizons.

 

4. Beate Chelette

Beate Chelette is a consummate entrepreneur, a respected online career coach, and the founder of The Women’s Code. Her company is fully dedicated to providing unique guidelines for career, and professional and personal success. It does this by offering a new code of particular conduct that fits today’s digital, private, and business world. Her online training courses are especially popular with women.

 

 

5. Carrie Rose

Carrie Rose is mostly known in the online training business world for her doctoral dissertation on professional development. She holds a BA in Theatre Performance from the University of Florida and an MFA in Stage Management from the University of Alabama. On top of that, she also holds an Ed.D in Educational Leadership from the University of Central Florida. Her work is fully dedicated to recognizing the changes a person goes through after being educated through a series of carefully picked strategies. Carrie is known for her work with businesses, online marketers, and entrepreneurs around the country. She is fully dedicated to providing high-quality online courses.

 

 

Summing Up

All women who make an effort to nurture enterprises of their own face the same problem: male-centric business world. Still, there is an increasing number of women entrepreneurs who can make a significant impact on modern society, even dictate new trends in important fields such as education. Women who aspire to build their own online businesses should learn to shape their own individual strengths and manage their weaknesses to achieve ultimate success.

 


Author Bio:- Robin is a Technical Support Executive. He is an expert in various LMS and employee training software. Currently, he is a resident learning management expert at ProProfs. In his free time, Robin enjoys cycling and sky diving.

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