Impactful programs designed to empower and equip women and girls.



Moms Who Enterprise

Moms Who Enterprise (formerly known as Moms Who Hustle) offers a 6 to 9 module tech-enabled financial literacy and entrepreneurship curriculum to aid income constrained single or expectant mothers ages 18 to 30 with entrepreneurial ambitions gain the financial literacy and business skills needed to start and grow sustainable micro-enterprises.


Women Who Enterprise

Regardless of parental status, Women Who Enterprise helps women across the country gain the personal financial planning and business skills needed to succeed.  The cohort structured program offers a 6 to 10 week training structure (varies by market).    To participate, participants must be ages 23 or older, economically disadvantaged, A.L.I.C.E, or unemployed.



Young Women Who Enterprise

Young Women Who Enterprise provides participants - young women (ages 16-24) - with  mentorship and resources needed to succeed in entrepreneurship and personal financial management. Young Women Who Enterprise provides introductory training and exposure to business and entrepreneurship principles, financial planning and saving and team-building and leadership. 


Girls Who Enterprise

Girls Who Enterprise targets middle through high-school aged girls (ages 12-18). The program curriculum uses a blended approach to increase leadership, self-actualization, team building and public speaking skills while learning about the fundamentals of entrepreneurship - Girls learn how they can be young business women and teenprenuers (teen entreprenuers).


Learn more about hosting a program, cohort or sponsoring our programming in your community.