4 Female Entrepreneurs to Follow Online

Now is the time of women. They are saying “time’s up” to abuse and harassment, demanding equal pay and making their voices heard in each and every industry. They are inspiring a new generation of girls, showing them that they can do anything they put their mind to.

If you’re starting your own business, or you need to figure out ways to improve your current ventures, you should follow women entrepreneurs doing amazing things. The words, advice and anecdotes from these strong, wise and insightful female entrepreneurs will help you succeed not only professionally, but personally as well.

Sheri Riley

Sheri Riley was at the top of the music business and launched the careers of Usher, Toni Braxton and Outkast. But, she wasn’t happy, so she decided to leave and become an empowerment speaker. Today, she shares her wisdom with her online fans. Make sure you check her out on Twitter, where she posts her podcast episodes and press appearances, and her Instagram, where she puts up helpful photos for entrepreneurs, like this goal-setting checklist.

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Porter Gale

Porter Gale, the former Vice President of Marketing at Virgin America, is now a renowned public speaker and entrepreneur. Click “follow” on Twitter to see all the latest news on women in business and her personal favorite quotes. She recently posted her own quote, “The world is becoming more transparent and those with integrity and honesty are now the ones who shine.”

Vanessa Van Edwards

Vanessa Van Edwards is the queen of deciphering body language and verbal and nonverbal professional communication. Follow her on Twitter for links to interesting blog posts like, “What is Your Face Revealing?” and “How to Be a Great Leader.”  She also promotes her online courses, where you can learn how to become a master of social interaction.

Mel Robbins

Not to be confused with Tony, Mel Robbins is one of the world’s leading motivational speakers. She is also a serial entrepreneur and gave one of the most popular TEDx speeches of all time. Follow her on Twitter for inspirational quotes like, “Learn to say ‘no’ without feeling the need to explain yourself” and “Your only responsibility is to be yourself. If they leave, it’s on them” and information on where to catch her live.

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Kylie Ora Lobell writes for brands, blogs, and print publications. She covers content marketing, digital marketing, and runs Kylie's Tips for Writers, a blog about writing.