Posted by femigrants17 | 26 11 2018| story, women in business
Lessons in Resilience and Gratitude: An Immigrant Woman Moving To 4 Countries in 5 Years

What do you get when you live in three countries in the same year? An experience of a lifetime, and lessons in resilience, gratitude and grit. (more…)

Posted by femigrants17 | 06 04 2018| story, women in business
Strengthening and Empowering Yourself: The Key to Success

Nathi Eustaquio is a Femigrant originally from Brazil. She is a source of inspiration and motivation for those around her. With her Masters in Psychology, she started and runs her own "Transition" coaching business, called Empowering Immigrant Women. Nathi had been a successful, practicing psychologist. When she moved to the US, she struggled to find...

Posted by Archana Raghavan | 23 02 2018| story, women in business
This immigrant woman didn’t get accepted on her 17 but got $3 million at 26 by YCombinator

At every stage of the process (even when you’ve seen years of success), surround yourself with people who are smarter than you - absorb their wisdom to ensure broadened understanding, and ever-increasing knowledge toward happiness and success." Iba Masood, a Pakistani Femigrant, is the co-founder and CEO of TARA AI, a project-planning and recruiting platform...

Posted by femigrants17 | 01 12 2017| story, women in business
3,585 Miles from Struggle to Success in Finding Her Place in America

I don’t have many friends on Facebook, but I joined Femigrants Community because I felt that sense of unity and support. This is what I believe in.” Nury Castillo Crawford is an owner of 1010 Publishing LLC, a published author and an inspiring educator. She was born in Peru, South America and immigrated with her...

Posted by femigrants17 | 27 10 2017| story, women in business
You are free, we are free, women are free.

Never feel inferior to anyone and trust your instinct. If you have a dream, follow it. Be grateful, never forget where you come from, who you are, who helped you" Gabriela Alvarez Castaneda, a Femigrant from Guatemala, owner of Bula Arts and Culture, an educational and artistic institution (more…)

Posted by femigrants17 | 20 10 2017| story, women in business
“It is not easy to be yourself in a different country far away from home, but you can succeed if you try” – An Advice from Japanese Immigrant Entrepreneur

The key to success is not only increasing the profitability of the business but to be compassionate and helpful to people." Akemi Asao, A Femigrant from Japan, Owner of ASAO Acupuncture, Licensed Acupuncturist and Herbalist. (more…)

Posted by femigrants17 | 13 10 2017| story, women in business
Iranian Entrepreneur and Technologist Rewires a Profession for Diversity

There is not a lot of room for emotional things while working with men and it is very transactional. The satisfaction I get to support women and see them thrive out beats the feeling I experienced when climbing the corporate ladder.” Sepideh Nasiri Sazesh, a Femigrant from Iran, Founder of Persian Women in Tech (more…)

Posted by femigrants17 | 17 09 2017| story, women in business
An Immigrant Woman from Asia Launches A Business to Coach Immigrants in America

When you move to a new country as an immigrant, it is possible for you to succeed, but you have to look at things from a different perspective. Immigrants are the most resilient group. It takes a lot of courage to uproot yourself and move to a new environment." (more…)

Posted by femigrants17 | 03 09 2017| story, women in business
Adele: An Immigrant Woman Migrating To Two Different Countries To Follow Her Passion

It is important to be proactive and to do things even if you fail the first time. It’s necessary to learn from your mistakes so that you can cultivate new methods that help you overcome your obstacles. (more…)