Our Top 5 Woman-Owned Businesses – Rooted Woman

Our Top 5 Woman-Owned Businesses

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Our love for sisterhood and community extends far beyond the boundaries of the beauty industry. We support all women who are conquering their womanhood journey, following their dreams, and impacting their communities. Below, we’ve listed a few of our favorite woman-owned companies right now. Read more about them to see why we think they’re so great! 



Business guru Amanda R. Moncada-Perkins created this consulting firm to build her broader community and the leaders within it. Her company specializes in helping small businesses, organizations, and entrepreneurs issue-spot and problem-solve to improve operations, create better systems, and decrease the stress around moving forward to success! Amanda’s vision is to work with those who dare to dream outside of the box and desire to affect widespread change in their communities.


Poised Studios

Danielle Hairston is the digital creative behind this content creation firm, which specializes in copywriting and digital strategy for small businesses and startup brands, with an emphasis on minority-owned businesses. Danielle’s passion is to awaken her clients to new possibilities for their business by helping them better understand their purpose and build a solid foundation for their marketing efforts.



Along with being a certified holistic health coach and intuitive eating counselor, Simi Botic is the founder of this virtual, state-of-the-art barre program. Her classes are for individuals to create a healthy relationship with movement that will enhance their body image and self-esteem, decrease stress and anxiety, and improve their overall well-being.


D3 Studios

Exercise Habit Coach Dre Nichols-Everett’s owns a Chicago-based fitness studio that we love! Become a member, and you’ll get access to group fitness classes, personal training, nutritional consulting, cognitive mindset coaching, and much more. What’s different about this fitness center is Dre’s emphasis on building consistency in her clients by creating enjoyable ways to meet your fitness goals. 


Black Women Are For Grownups (BWAFGU)

What started as a digital movement has now developed into a flourishing business for womanist writer, educator, and orator Stevona Elem-Rogers. She has a passion for innovative examination and advocacy of Black culture and womanhood, which has blossomed into this inspirational t-shirt line and lifestyle brand. Just a glimpse of her social media will show her passion for “heightened visibility of the full, complex narratives of Black women.”

We consider all of these wonderful women amazing business owners to support in 2020 and beyond! Do you have a favorite woman entrepreneur? Let us know in the comments below!

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