Busy Bee Meets Boss Babes

Busy Bee Meets Boss Babes Part 10. Amber Manry

Busy Bee meets Boss Babes interview with Amber Manry from bitcubs. 

"Bitcubs is a company dedicated to introducing kids, ages 3-14, to code.  We use a play-based approach to teach basic coding concepts.  At the elementary school age, children are exposed to the most rudimentary concepts through physical play.  Ironically, we believe that children absorb these concepts better when they are first taught off-screen.  Similarly, if children learn about the zoo in the classroom and then visit the zoo, they retain more information than going straight to the zoo.  We've known this for decades, but for some reason, the same rationale is not always applied to computer science.

At the early ages of 3-10, children in our program are not expected to type code onto a computer.  They are building the fundamentals to better prepare them for taking more advanced programming classes.  Children can be taught about loops, functions, and conditional statements by relating these concepts to material that they already know. "

Busy Bee Meets Boss Babes Part 9. Liza Witonis

Busy Bee meets Boss Babes interview with Liza Witonis, personal wealth coach and life changer.

Liza Witonis is the go-to personal wealth coach for women and entrepreneurs who want to get control of their finances, once and for all. Diving deep into the mind, body, soul and emotion, Liza helps her clients heal their money relationship and establish real wealth-building strategies to fulfill their lives. Going beyond basic budgets and age old advice, Liza helps her clients create habits and attitudes that product real wealth and lasting change.

Being on her own financial journey for the last five years, Liza has increase her quality of life by having the best relationship she ever has with money (including conversations with her husband), and paying off over $200,000 in debt. She now teaches others how to do the same. 

She works with clients 1:1 via online and in person coaching sessions. She is also launching her first course call Wealth Is Yours.

"My biggest responsibility as a female entrepreneur in my career is being me, allowing my talent to shine, and continue to show up. I have a calling to empower people in their financial journey in life and allow them to step into wealth in a way they've never known how to before. Healing their relationship with money, and practical things like pay off debt, establish a savings and create a plan that works for them and their family." -Liza 

Busy Bee Meets Boss Babes Part 5. With Rupa Singh.

Busy Bee meets Boss Babes interview with Rupa Singh, the owner of Love This, RVA. 

"Love This is a mobile boutique out of a vintage Airstream Trailer inspiring consumers to make ethical shopping choices.

Curators of goods that do good, we highlight brands that place equal value in the design of their products as they do their social, environmental, + economic impact.

Our handmade collection includes apparel, jewelry, personal accessories, shoes, paper goods and home decor that empower and support others." -lovethisrva.com