Julie Bawden Davis | August 27, 2018
Women’s Equality Day is on August 26. In 1973, Congress designated the day to commemorate the August 1920 ratification of the 19th Amendment granting women the right to vote. Today, it’s a symbol of the long way women have come, and the exciting road ahead. To celebrate, I talked to the women (and one entrepreneurial 9-year-old girl) behind mother-daughter businesses.
While moms and daughters have certainly worked together throughout the ages, at this time in history they have the resources and freedoms to accomplish much more than ever before. The following inspiring mother-daughter businesses are making a difference together.
Personal Development and Coaching
Run by mom, Yvonne Williams-McMillan, and daughter, Erika Danina Williams, Color Your World Personal Development & Coaching inspires and instructs women on how to improve their lives and achieve their goals through the principles of leadership and entrepreneurial development.
“I started as a small coaching practice with the mission and vision to help women live colorful, vibrant lives and feel in charge personally and professionally,” says Williams-McMillan.
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