Natalie MacNeil is an Emmy Award-winning media entrepreneur, author of She Takes on the World and soon-to-be-released The Conquer Kit, and the Creator of SheTakesOnTheWorld.com.
She Takes On The World is one of the top sites on the planet for entrepreneurial women. It was recognized by Forbes on “Top 10 Websites for Entrepreneurial Women” and was featured by ForbesWoman on “Top 100 Websites for Women.” She Takes on the World is also the 2013 recipient of “Website of the Year” at the Stevie Awards for Women in Business. Today, Natalie and her team at She Takes on the World are focused on transforming businesses around the world through The Conquer Club, a 12-month implementation incubator for ambitious entrepreneurs.
Natalie is frequently quoted and interviewed in the media. She has appeared in top media outlets like Glamour, People StyleWatch, Inc., Forbes, ForbesWoman,Wall Street Journal, CNN, Entrepreneur.com, Globe and Mail, Mashable, and more.
Kelly Azevedo is the founder of She's Got Systems and she’s an online business systems expert. Kelly frequently writes for media outlets such as Forbes and the Washington Post and her unique brand of work-life balance was featured in the New York Times. And Kelly has been featured, contributed or has been quoted in the media over 300 times.
Maggie Patterson is a copywriter and communications strategist. She works with entrepreneurs to help them market their businesses, using content, copy and communications strategies. With more than 15 years of experience she has worked with companies of all sizes from big brands to solopreneurs. Maggie also the host of the Marketing Moxie podcast, and her work has featured in the media at Entrepreneur.com, The Huffington Post, Virgin, Fast Company, Yahoo Small Business and more.
Maayan Ziv is an activist, photographer and entrepreneur. She is the founder of AccessNow, an app that uses crowdsourcing to share accessibility information worldwide. Maayan has been featured in the media - on MTV, CBC, Metro News to name a few to bring awareness and change to disability matters. Maayan's work has been recognized with a Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal and she is so passionate about building an inclusive world in which everyone has access.