Women Fitness has been committed to recognizing the coolest, most confident, and most empowering women in and around the world for their contribution to society. In honor of International Women’s Day (8 March), we bring you 10 stories of amazing enterprising women on, how the pandemic affected them, their contribution to Covid-19 management at the personal, professional, mental, emotional, or physical level & message for upcoming International Women’s day on achieving an equal future in a COVID-19 world.
10 Amazing Enterprising Women
Kuli Kuli’s founder. While working with women farmers in Niger, Lisa was introduced to the energizing and healing powers of moringa. Out of that experience, Lisa dreamed of a business that would help Americans experience the power of superfoods like moringa while empowering female farmers around the world. Out of that dream, Kuli Kuli was born.
How has the pandemic affected you?
I had a baby in September of 2020 and for me, it was a self-realization that we need to change our mentality from having people work 9-5, and instead, empowering employees to work when they are most productive!
How have you contributed to Covid-19 management at the personal, professional, mental, emotional, or physical level?
I immediately changed my company culture to offer a permanently flexible policy and never require those who work for me to come in Monday to Friday from 9-5, making it possible for them to balance work and life.
Her message for upcoming International Women’s day on achieving an equal future in a COVID-19 world:
My goal is to encourage other CEOs to do the same and realize that ultimately, this will lead to more productive workplaces.
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