9 Amazing Organizations For Female Entrepreneurs

Question: Name one organization that specifically helps female entrepreneurs find success and explain why they do such an amazing job.

by The Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC)




“I believe The Crave Company is great because it brings women entrepreneurs together in cities all over the world. The women who participate tend to range from work-at-home moms to small local business owners, all the way to startup founders. It’s amazing to see the cross section of ideas spreading in such a group.”

– Nathalie Lussier | Creator, The Website Checkup Tool






“I am a huge fan of the WIE Network, a next generation media company that aims to empower a new generation of women leaders through its online magazine, social network and annual women’s conferences (New York and London). WIE guides young women to awaken to their purpose and, as a result, spawns many new entrepreneurial ventures.”

– Gabrielle Bernstein | President, Gabrielle Bernstein Inc.



“Founded in 2000 by Sandra and Kym Yancey in 2000, the eWomenNetwork puts on over 2,000 women’s entrepreneurial events annually in the U.S. and Canada. They offer terrific professional development programs, a robust online networking community and an annual conference with fierce female entrepreneurs, and they also give millions to charities around the world.”

– Alexia Vernon | Communication and Leadership Author, Speaker, Coach, and Trainer, Alexia Vernon Empowerment LLC




“Founded by Tory Johnson, Spark & Hustle is a conference for women entrepreneurs based on several books she’s written. The community also has advice for women business owners, recordings of teleclasses by Tory, and free reports.”

– Heather Huhman | Founder & President, Come Recommended



Women Who Tech has a number of initiatives that help women entrepreneurs, especially in tech. One of the nearest and dearest to my heart is the organization’s work to showcase women as experts and speakers in the tech community. Considering how difficult it is to find female speakers at conferences and in other expertise roles, Women Who Tech fulfills a real need.”

– Thursday Bram | Consultant, Hyper Modern Consulting



Women 2.0 is an amazing resource for women entrepreneurs, with their mission being to increase the number of female-run startups. They are extremely helpful, providing opportunities for their network and the ladies they attract to the website are amazing. The site is so full of information and, if you are a woman entrepreneur, it is a must-have in your RSS feed reader!”

– Erin Blaskie | CEO, BSETC






In Good Company is an in-person community, learning center, co-working and office space dedicated specifically to women entrepreneurs in Manhattan. They support 300 women business owners who are not only diverse with regard to industry, but also of age and age of business. It is a supportive community that has been credited with helping to significantly improve the businesses of its members.”

– Adelaide Lancaster | Co-founder, In Good Company



Young Female Entrepreneurs provides entrepreneurial women in their 20s and 30s with a space to be heard, connect, be inspired by, and celebrate with their peers. YFE hosts #YFEchat on Twitter and online meetups, and builds community with the YFE blog and podcast.”

– Jennifer Donogh | Creator and Director , Young Female Entrepreneurs




So What’s On Your Plate? is an incredible organization founded in NYC that now has branches across the US for bringing together exceptionally smart and successful women to help one another achieve greater success. The organization encourages female entrepreneurs to collaborate and support one another. Through it, I’ve developed fantastic relationships that have helped my businesses.”

– Doreen Bloch | CEO / Founder, Poshly Inc.


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The Crave Company / eWomenNetwork /  Women 2.0 /  Young Female Entrepreneurs