Chief Moxie Officer
As a vocal advocate for women in business, Shauna is on a mission to redefine what it looks like to be a working woman. This mission led to the founding of Making Moxie, a community for female entrepreneurs to share their stories and insights, guiding one another in growing successful businesses.
Shauna is the mother of one boy and two little girls; she is Making Moxie in life and in business so her children will see they have the power to make an impact with a little grit and a lot of determination.
Shauna is a business strategist for solopreneurs and small business owners who are ready to grow. She acts as lead strategist or part-time CMO, working closely with brand leaders to strategize for growth while working closely with them on execution and accountability.
Power Guide + Desire Magnet
Michelle is a successful wellness multi-preneur, healer, power guide, community builder, speaker, and podcaster having inspiring conversation with visionary women. After 10+ years in marketing, Michelle decided to become a magnet for desires and to live a fully empowered life; and then she taught hundreds of other people to do the same. She is a certified Practitioner of the Grinberg Method as well as Pantarei Approach, and a Level 1 NLP Coach. Her mission to change the possibility paradigm for other healers led to the founding of City Wellness Collective—a community of exceptional practitioners dedicated to the business of healing.
Connect with Michelle on Instagram @radicallyselfish.
Branding and Marketing Contributor
As an undergrad in college, Kaitlin studied Journalism and Mass Communications which made her recognize her love for connecting with people and telling their stories.
For the past eight years she has worked with several small business owners on developing their brands and marketing strategies in industries such as food and beverage, law, event management, and fitness. She also took a stab at sales for a digital marketing agency. Her creative flair led her back to her current gig which is writing and crafting succinct and consistent marketing messages across appropriate media channels for an international manufacturing company.
Aside from work and career, she enjoys burning extra energy through skiing, hiking, kayaking, mountain biking, and yoga. Kaitlin is a certified ski instructor and children’s race coach and loves coaching her mini ski buddies during the winter weekends.
From Amish to the World
Having been born into an Amish family but excommunicated from the plain circles in her adulthood, Margaret Delagrange has embraced her unusual heritage with a unique approach to life and business. Everyone knows her as "Meg".
As a multi-faceted creative entrepreneur, Meg digs a good challenge. She was the first woman in her ancestral Amish line to attend college. She pursued studies in business communications, journalism, and graphic design. Meg has built on her knowledge with real-world experience over the past 5 years by developing the brands of small businesses and nonprofit organizations to have a clear voice that stands out from the crowd through a fresh take on design and unorthodox marketing methods. Meg is currently a partner and the Chief Marketing Officer of Urban Southern where she is strategically building a strong brand presence both online and offline. In Urban Southern's second year of business, Meg was able to increase sales by 8788.89% and grow their email lists from 362 subscribers to over 4,000.
Meg is also a self-taught artist with a growing portfolio and a fine art resume. She has been part of group exhibits in Kansas City Missouri, Tokyo, Japan and Denver, Colorado before gaining her first solo exhibition as the artist in residence at a space in downtown Denver.
She Has All The Best Words
Anya is a content creator, marketer, advocate, and Humanist from St. Louis, Missouri. When she’s not marketing her Uncle’s gymnastics business or teaching gymnastics herself, she’s busy running her own business. Anya provides digital marketing and content services to small businesses. She’s on a mission to empower others to affect change using their voices, not only in business but in all aspects of life.
Anya loves to travel and is active in Humanist communities internationally. She’s a vocal advocate of human rights, science and reason, and social justice. Anya’s long-term goal is to become a digital nomad and roam the world freely while promoting Humanist values through her business.
You can find her on Instagram @anyaovermann
Marketing & Mommyhood Contributor
Denise the Director of Marketing for a midsize commercial law firm in New York City and the creator of iDeaLee, a marketing consultancy dedicated to helping professional services companies execute marketing strategies that blow the mind not the budget. In her spare time, she is hell bent on making an impact on the world in a kickass positive way, celebrating and advocating for women. She is the Alliances Committee Chair for the National Association of Women Business Owners – NYC Chapter and is a contributing writer to Women on Business. She has been described by colleagues as a “bright, proactive, high-energy leader who thinks creatively and acts decisively.”
Creator, Marketer, and most importantly.... Mom
Jonna is the founder of a marketing consultancy that helps small businesses find their ideal customers through deliberate research, beautifully designed marketing pieces and carefully crafted advertising. She loves the outdoors and spends her weekends traveling around Maine with her husband, daughter and dog — Acadia National Park being their favorite weekend getaway! She’s also working towards hiking all of the 48 4,000 foot mountains in NH.
Brit Kolo is a Marketing Coach, coaching boxed-in business owners to become independent, profitable leaders through self-awareness and #MarketingThatFeelsGood. She believes you shouldn’t have to feel fake or salesy to grow your business. Through her intuitive, in-depth coaching process, she’s here to shake up your approach to marketing and inspire you to grow your business in a feel-good, meaningful way.
When she’s not hopping on a Zoom call with a coaching client, she’s chugging dark roast, podcasting in her yoga pants, and supporting her circle of fellow female entrepreneurs.