Freelancing, Feelings, Art and Magazine Production: A graphic designer shares her recipe for a career in visual storytelling, fashion and creative direction

Nearly two years ago, Toronto’s Maegan Fidelino, a graphic designer by trade, started Ephemera Magazine, a new print publication that … More

A designer and market-maker, Lauren Kenney advocates for slow-fashion and community-building in southwestern Ontario

Lauren Kenney is the founder of the Guelph Vintage and Makers’ Market (VAMM), a series of events that bring creators, … More

Anne Thériault: The Toronto writer working to better define feminism and equalize and destigmatize mental illness

Anne Thériault is a feminist writer who lives in Toronto and is the mother of a seven-year-old son. Anne openly … More

Wake Up, No Makeup: How Maura Sheedy’s year without makeup laid the foundation for her entrepreneurial debut

Maura Sheedy is 20-years-old and when she was a junior in high school, she went makeupless. No foundation. No mascara. … More

Lisa Durante’s boutique consultancy changes how the world works with working moms

Lisa Durante is an entrepreneur, business-leader and intersectional feminist with decades of experience in corporate communications, writing and planning. With … More

Ramona Magazine celebrates content by and for teen girls, changing the print media landscape and empowering young creative voices

Ramona Magazine is an online publication and creative community based in Melbourne, AUS that celebrates work for and by girls … More

Amanda Scriver takes ownership of her self-made title, “Fat, Loud and Shouty Writer,” while using her voice and her role to amplify others

Talking to Amanda Scriver, author, lover of community and social media and foodie, is like hearing all of her thoughts … More

Power, Passion, Personality and Puns: What this copywriter and mobile hairstylist can’t live without

One look at Dana Ciani’s social media presence and you’ll know she’s witty and creative, with really great hair. I … More

After life handed Rachel Kelly a big lemon, she knew it was time to open Make Lemonade, a workspace for Toronto women

Rachel Kelly is the Founder of Toronto’s Make Lemonade, a workspace for women in that city’s downtown core. Make Lemonade … More