How The Founder Of Late July Includes Generation Z Into The Snack Business

Late July founder Nicole Bernard Dawes was 30 years old and pregnant when she founded the Boston-based snack company back in 2003. Fast forward 15 years and she is now a mother of two running a snack company with over $100 million in annual revenue. https://www.forbes.com/sites/christinecarter/2018/02/18/how-the-founder-of-late-july-includes-generation-z-into-the-snack-business/#2e231dc525da

Tamera Mowry-Housley Gives Candid Advice To Working Moms

Award-winning actor, producer, talk show host, and author Tamera Mowry-Housley, personifies the diversity which defines the millennial generation. Her 90s sitcom Sister, Sister made Mowry-Housley a pop culture icon among millennials. She’s been featured on Ebony magazine’s power 100 lists and was voted one of the most powerful women on Twitter by AOL Black Voices. Mowry-Housley being an