Christina Stembel is the founder and CEO of Farmgirl Flowers, an e-commerce floral company that has disrupted the traditional floral industry with its sustainable and direct-to-consumer approach. Under her leadership, Farmgirl Flowers has grown to over $65 million in annual revenue and has been recognized by major publications such as Forbes, Inc., and Fast Company for its innovative business model.
Tina Hedges is the founder and CEO of Loli Beauty, a clean beauty company that offers customizable and sustainable skincare products. She has extensive experience in the beauty industry, having worked for major brands such as L'Oréal and Estee Lauder. Hedges is also a passionate advocate for environmental sustainability and ethical sourcing, which is reflected in the values of LOLI Beauty.
Karla Gallardo is the co-founder and CEO of Cuyana, a fashion brand that focuses on creating timeless and sustainable clothing and accessories. Under her leadership, Cuyana has grown into a successful company that has been featured in Vogue, Forbes, and Harper's Bazaar. Karla is a strong advocate for slow fashion and empowering women, and has been recognized as a leader in the industry by various publications.
Shan-Lyn Ma is the co-founder and CEO of Zola, a wedding planning and registry company that has disrupted the traditional wedding industry. Under her leadership, Zola has grown significantly and received numerous awards, including being named one of Fast Company's Most Innovative Companies in 2019. Ma is also a vocal advocate for diversity and inclusion in the tech industry.
Amina Belouizdad is the founder and CEO of Veeve, a short-term rental platform that offers hand-picked luxury homes in top destinations worldwide. Veeve is known for its personalized approach, where every booking is tailored to the customer's preferences and interests. Belouizdad has extensive experience in hospitality and travel, having worked at companies like Starwood Hotels & Resorts and Expedia prior to founding Veeve.
Kelsey Witherow is the founder and CEO of Doughp, a Las Vegas-based company that specializes in edible cookie dough. Her appearance on the hit TV show Shark Tank helped catapult her business to new heights and secure deals with prominent investors, including Barbara Corcoran and Mark Cuban. As a survivor of addiction and mental health challenges, Kelsey is also a fierce advocate for mental health and addiction recovery, using her business platform to promote awareness and support.
Glammed Up, a Las Vegas-based mobile wedding beauty business, offers professional hair and makeup services with over 27 years of combined experience. Their talented team has worked with numerous high-profile clients, making them a go-to choice for brides looking to feel and look their best on their big day.
Dr. Deepali Kashyap is a leading OB-GYN physician and surgeon, as well as the founder and CEO of Galleria Women's Health in Henderson, Nevada. She is dedicated to providing compassionate and personalized care to women throughout every stage of their lives, and has been recognized for her expertise in minimally invasive surgeries and other advanced medical techniques. Dr. Kashyap is also committed to educating and empowering her patients, and frequently speaks on women's health issues and the latest medical advancements.
Lisa Song Sutton is a Las Vegas-based entrepreneur who has founded several successful companies, including Sin City Cupcakes, a popular alcohol-infused cupcake business. In addition to her entrepreneurship endeavors, Sutton is also a licensed attorney, real estate investor, and author. Her portfolio of companies showcases her diverse range of talents and her commitment to creating innovative and successful businesses.
Allison Boccamazzo is the CEO and founder of AB Content Marketing, a B2B content marketing and consulting company that has worked with top brands like Oracle and Aetna. She is also the author of "The Everyday Woman’s Guide to Entrepreneurship," a self-help book that has helped many women succeed in their business ventures. As a working mother, Allison hopes to inspire other women to successfully balance entrepreneurship and motherhood while giving back to her community through mentoring and donations to causes that fight injustice.
Carrie Lynn Certa is a successful serial entrepreneur who is the CEO of Ursa Productions and Art By Mistake. She has made a name for herself in the entertainment industry, earning various awards and recognition for her work, and in 2018, she was named one of the “50 Women Who Can Change Media/Entertainment” by Gloria Felt’s Take the Lead organization. Additionally, her unique style of multimedia artwork has been recognized and accepted by prestigious galleries, such as the Los Angeles Clio Fair and the Art Market San Francisco, making her an accomplished entrepreneur in both the entertainment and art worlds.
Lindsey Peterson is the CEO and co-founder of Violet Grey, a luxury beauty and lifestyle brand that curates a selection of the industry's most highly sought-after products. Under her leadership, Violet Grey has become a highly respected and influential player in the beauty industry, with Peterson being featured in Forbes' 30 Under 30 list for retail and e-commerce in 2015. Prior to starting Violet Grey, Peterson worked as a beauty editor for publications such as Allure and Harper's Bazaar.
Justina Blakeney is the founder of Jungalow, a home decor and lifestyle brand that celebrates bohemian style and cultural diversity. Her unique aesthetic has gained her a large following on social media, and she has authored several books on design and creativity, including "The New Bohemians Handbook" and "Jungalow: Decorate Wild."
Nancy Silverton is a highly acclaimed chef, baker, and restaurateur known for her contributions to the Los Angeles culinary scene. She is the founder of La Brea Bakery, which played a pivotal role in popularizing artisanal bread in the United States, and has received numerous awards for her culinary expertise, including being named the James Beard Foundation's "Outstanding Chef" in 2014.