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Entrepreneurs En Vogue | Conversations with Successful Millennial Women Entrepreneurs

ENTREPRENEURS EN VOGUE is a weekly podcast that gives a unique insight into the savvy secrets of successful female entrepreneurs of Gen Y. Each week this podcast will feature notable women innovators from around the world and across multiple industries talking about their entrepreneurial journey, their successes, their failures and other trends, happenings, and interesting things. These inspirational women have turned their lives around and stepped onto the path of success, fulfillment and financial independence. But for every woman that has succeeded in pursuing her entrepreneurial dreams, there are thousands who quietly are searching for that inspiration to move forward.
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Jan 30, 2017

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.

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