New startup hopes to ‘help women’ achieve their dreams
The world’s most successful woman is about to take the stage at a major conference for young entrepreneurs in California.
The woman is Joanna Wiesenfeld, who recently won a prestigious startup grant for her startup, Wiesens.
Wiesenburg, a 21-year-old who is white, is the first female CEO of an online beauty and personal care company and is also the first African American to hold the top job at the company.
Wiesenberghs founding vision and ambition to help women in the beauty industry, including by hiring and mentoring a number of African American women, is an inspiration for many young entrepreneurs and will have a positive impact on the world, Wiedenburg said.
“I believe the more I help, the more women are going to know about beauty and what we can do to improve our lives,” she said.
Wiesenburg said she believes the “feminine opportunity” that young people have to start a business can only be realized if they take responsibility for themselves.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there were 6.6 million women in their 30s in the United States in 2015, but only 10 percent of them had a job.
Women have been underrepresented in all industries, including the workforce, with only 3.3 percent of CEOs and 2.6 percent of senior executives held by women.
Wiedenburg has made it a priority to help young women in order to encourage their careers, she said, and is excited about the opportunity to “help change the world.” Wieenburg believes that young women need to take control of their own futures, and that “it’s so easy to do the wrong thing and do things that hurt others.”
She has been traveling the country and speaking to young women and encouraging them to create their own future, she added.
At the conference, Wieenburg is expected to speak about her mission to “make beauty better” by using a variety of products, including makeup, skincare, haircare, hair care and body care.
One of the most important aspects of this journey is to create an “innovation pipeline,” Wiesenberg said.
She is also aiming to create a network of like-minded women who are empowered to build a “beauty world of their own.” “When you share a beauty world with others, you’re creating a more diverse beautiful beautys world,” she said.
In addition to controlling the pipeline, Winesenfelds goal is to help young women understand the importance of investing in themselves and their career, and to inspire women in women’s companies to take advantage of the opportunities they can create. She said that in her experience, the most successful women are those who focus on creating a positive life that is more engaged with the world and more satisfied with their life.
“That’s the most powerful thing for me,” she told Newsweek.
For Wriesenbergns to succeed, she believe that young women must have a positive attitude about their life.
I have been learning the best ways to create a life that is beautifully presentable and presented in a positive way, she said.
“When you’re talking to young women, you have to have a very positive attitude.”
She said that she believes that young women need to make the world a better place by empowering others.
“If you’re going to have a good life, then you’re going to need the help of others,” she explained.
With this goal in mind, Winesenberngs is bringing the “beautiful” and “feminine” worlds together to share their stories, experiences and stories to help young people in their journey to create positive futures.
Joanne Wiesener is an aspiring entrepreneur who hopes to “help women” achieve their dream of being a businesswoman and/or entrepreneur.
This is a truly challenging challenge.
Read more about Joanne Winesener at newsweek.com/lifestyle/Joanne-Winesener-to-be-founder-of-First-ever-Women-Business-Woman-to go-to…