Tai Beauchamp made history as Seventeen magazine’s youngest and first African American beauty director at age 25. As a veteran editor of style magazines, from Oprah to Teen Vogue, Tai made a name for herself in the media industry since her early start at Seventeen before making the jump to T.V. In 2006 she started her own website, The Tai Life, which aims to inspire women to be their full selves, and to holistically connect style and empowerment.
Tai is widely recognized a style expert, public speaker, media personality, and entrepreneur who has appeared on ABC, BET, CNN, NBC Today, TV One, E! and frequently contributed to The View, Wendy Williams Show, and Bethenny. She is currently the host of TLC’s Window Warriors.
Tai frequently presents on topics ranging from entrepreneurship and girl power to stylish living and 21st century philanthropy for universities and organizations including The Clinton Foundation and Harvard Business School.
Stacy Tuschl is the creator of The Business Rescue Road Map, a practical and proven system of assessing your business and pulling it back from the brink of failure.
As an experienced entrepreneur, speaker, and business coach, Stacy tailored The Business Rescue Road Map to address both the inner and outer struggles experienced by women in business. Entrepreneurs from multiple industries and in locations around the world have used Stacy’s time-tested practices and strategic road maps to develop the businesses of their dreams and rescue their sanity along the way.
Today Stacy is an in-demand speaker and business coach, in addition to her roles as business owner, investor, wife, and mother.
When she launched her performing arts business in 2002 from her parents’ backyard, Stacy was a wide-eyed 18-year-old. By the time she was a junior at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, her small, backyard business had turned her life upside down. She incorporated, rented space, and threw herself into her entrepreneurial dream.
Diane Mulcahy, author of “The Gig Economy” and former venture capitalist, joins me in our first episode of 2017 to discuss the new dimensions of the American labor force. What is the gig economy and what is driving its fast growth? In this episode, Diane Mulcahy shares her thoughts on the future of work and entrepreneurship, as well as advice on how to succeed in the gig economy.
Make sure to stay tuned in for her top 10 tips for succeeding in this new economy!
Oncomfort is an early-stage company based in Texas, USA and Brussels, Belgium that uses virtual reality to help patients manage the stress of invasive medical procedures such as surgeries or chemotherapy. In this interview, Diane Jooris, a therapist and now co-founder and CEO of Oncomfort, chats about why she decided to start a company and her journey to launching it.