Each year, more and more women are breaking down obstacles to entrepreneurship. They are creating quality products and innovative services and paving the way for more women to do the same. Driven widely by the problems that they themselves have experienced, they’ve sought solutions and challenged industry status quos.
We’ve highlighted 30 inspiring female-founded companies that are only growing. These woman-owned business are all hiring.
Julia Cheek is the founder of Everlywell. Everlywell is building a world where everyone can access affordable, insightful, and life-changing lab tests. See their open positions
After leaving Tinder, Whitney Herd started Bumble–the company that continues to innovate the way we approach dating, networking, and friendship. Today, Bumble is valued at $1 billion and has 35 million users. See careers at Bumble.
Anne Wojcicki and Linda Avey started 23andMe in 2015, and the genetic testing company is now worth $2.5 billion. Today, two continue to expand their team with openings across divisions. Browse their current openings.
Carolyn Witte founded Tia, the new model for modern female healthcare. The company provides gynecology services, STI (aka STD testing,) primary care, annual physicals, and more. See openings at their headquarters.
After spending countless dollars on formalwear for events at Harvard Business School, Jennifer Hyman thought there must be a better way. In 2008, she teamed up with Jennifer Fliess to start Rent the Runway, a business where women could rent designer clothing. See their open positions.
Ariel Kaye is helping us achieve the comfort of our dreams with her company, Parachute. Parachute makes premium quality sheets, towels, robes, and more like nothing you’ve ever felt. Check out their current openings.
Alyssa Ravasio founded Hipcamp, an online marketplace company that offers outdoor stays and camping experiences. They are driven by our mission to get more people outside and believe connecting with nature is essential to a happy and healthy human life. Find careers at Hipcamp.
Founded by Gina Bianchini (co-founder & CEO of Ning), Mighty Networks burst onto the scene in 2017. Mighty Networks powers brands and businesses that bring people together via online courses, paid memberships, events, content, and community–all under your brand, instantly available natively on every platform. Browse positions with Mighty Networks.
Lauren Wang created Flex to give those who bleed a healthier period. Flex is working to fight against period stigma, change the period health education system, and provide easier (and more sustainable) ways to deal with periods. See careers at Flex.
Katherine Ryder founded Maven Clinic with a mission to create a more equitable world through healthcare. Maven helps companies retain diverse talent, improve health outcomes, and reduce maternity and fertility costs. Browse open roles at Maven.
Front, co-founded by Mathilde Collin, is the customer communication platform that seamlessly combines emails, apps, and teammates into a single view. Check out their current openings.
Mada Seghete’s Branch is the gold standard in mobile growth. Branch’s deep linking and mobile attribution help users build great user experiences and measure your users’ journeys. Browse open roles at Branch.
Orangetheory Fitness is a boutique fitness studio franchise founded by Ellen Latham. As of December 2019, the chain includes over 1,200 studios in all 50 U.S. states and over 23 countries. Since its founding in 2010, the chain has expanded rapidly, surpassing $1 billion in systemwide sales in 2018. Find your career at Orange Theory.
Molekule is a science and technology company headquartered in San Francisco and started by Jaya Rao. It designs and manufactures air purifiers that use photoelectrochemical oxidation, a technology that filters chemicals, microbes, allergens, and other forms of air pollution. Browse their open positions.
Brynn Putnam created MIRROR, a technology integrated mirror that brings the gym into your home with fitness classes. She just sold to Lululemon for $500 million, and they’re looking to expand their team.
Iman Abuzeid is the founder of Incredible Health, a growing job-search platform that empowers nurses. Find careers with Incredible Health.
Jessica Alba founded Honest after her own struggles with allergic reactions to baby and pre-natal products. Honest has close to one hundred products including home cleaning products, personal care products, and baby products. Find positions with Honest.
Hello Alice is the best friend to entreprenuers. The company was founded by Carolyn Rodz and Elizabeth Gore to support founders with step-by-step guides, expert resources, and collaborative communities — all for free. They are adding new members to their team, check out their latest openings.
Following the growth of her online beauty publication, Into the Gloss, Emily Weiss founded the beauty brand, Glossier. Today, Glossier is giving voice through beauty as a direct-to-consumer company that leverages the power of personal narrative to own the beauty conversation on the internet. Find careers at Glossier.
Along with her husband, Julia Hartz started Eventbrite in 2006. Today, the event planning company is worth $2.8 billion. Find careers at Eventbrite.
In 2008, Nichole Mustard was instrumental in the founding of CreditKarma. Now, over ten years later the finance company is worth $4 billion. See careers with CreditKarma.
Today, Birchbox is one of the top monthly box-subscription services, offering a curated selection of beauty and grooming products. Birchbox was founded by Katia Beauchamp and Hayley Barna. See careers at Birchbox.
Carly Strife, Henrik Werdelin, and Matt Meeker were brought together over their love of dogs. Soon, they founded Bark together and launched their first product BarkBox. Find your career at Bark.
Davida Herzl is the founder of Aclima. Her innovative company provides data that can help cut pollution and emissions. See their open roles.
LaunchGood is a crowdfunding platform focused on the Muslim community worldwide. LaunchGood went live in October 2013 and in its first two years has raised more than $3 million for 370+ projects across 30 countries. The company was co-founded by entrenprenuer, Amany Killawi. See their current openings.
Adena Hefets founded Divvy Homes with a mission to make homeownership accessible to everyone. Today, the company is growing and continuing to innovate the way we approach buying. Browse Divvy’s current openings.
Daniela Braga is the founder of DefinedCrowd. Her company sells machine learning training data to tech companies and AI specialists all over the world. View positions on their team.
Ally Davidson is shaking up the fitness industry with Camp Gladiator. She believes that people everywhere can experience a life-changing fitness community, with amazing trainers at convenient locations, for an affordable price. Find openings at their corporate team.
Jane Fisher and Jenna Kerner founded intimates brand Harper Wilde with the belief that bra shopping doesn’t need to be difficult — or expensive. Find positions with their team.
In 2018, Cat Chen founded Skylar, an LA-based clean fragrance and personal care brand. Find careers at Skylar.