The many traits of an entrepreneur include passion, vision, creativity, problem solver, perseverance, self motivator, risk taker, and confidence. These superb young ladies have exactly what is takes to be a Mogul. Be inspired by their journeys, and embark on your own endeavors.
Owner of Lani Boo Bath
9 year old Jelani Jones of Fredericksburg, Virginia took interest into owning her own business, Lani Boo Bath, after taking a class making fizzy bath bombs. She began making her own bath bombs and has added handmade soaps to her line. She plans on adding scrubs and butter in the near future. Jelani sells her products at local craft fairs and online in her Etsy shop. You can find her on Facebook as well. Click the link above to purchase some her handmade goodies.
CEO/Founder of A Doll for A Doll
10 year old Gianni Graham of Norfolk, Virginia began a mission of collecting barbie dolls for under privileged girls in homeless shelters and foster care homes. She has collected approximately 5000 dolls to date and has begun a campaign of collecting 10k dolls for 10k girls. Gianni created a line of earrings called “The Mini Mogul Collection“to support her charity initiative. Follow her on instagram @minimogulboutique. Click on the link above to find out more about her organization and help her meet her goal.
Author, Pastry Chef, & Creator of Taylor The Chef
10 Year old Taylor Moxey of Miami, Florida decided to have a bake sale to purchase a $40 doll from Target. After earning $175 from the sale of her cookies and brownies to members of her church, she decided to go into business baking cupcakes. Taylor began selling at her church, and quickly gained notoriety after winning top prize in a local competition beating out other well known chefs in her area. She has opened a mobile library in the Bahamas, which prompted her to write her own book, “The Adventures of Taylor the Chef.” Click the link above to learn more about this dynamite girlpreneur.
Fashion Designer, CEO of Chubiiline LLC & BullyChasers Inc.
11 year old Egypt “Ify” Ufele of Queens, New York turned her tribulation into triumph. After being bullied in school about her weight she decided to design a plus size fashion line called “Chubiiline.” She started off making dolls clothes and then began making clothes for girls and women. Her clothing line has been featured in New York’s Fashion week, and is the only clothing line created by a child that includes plus size. Her afrocentric designs in her words, brings “Africa to America.” Egypt also leads a movement called Bully Chasers to spread awareness on bullying. Click on the link above to find out more.
Posted By: T. Carter
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