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Originally Published on TreSemmé:

In 2019, we partnered with women’s leadership organization Vital Voices to launch our Leadership Incubator --a program created to provide training, network expansion, and mentorship to passionate female leaders with bold visions.

While this fellowship has always been rooted in helping women foster positive social change in their communities and beyond, that mission has become even clearer and more precise throughout the pandemic.

From working to help eliminate workplace harassment to providing access to culinary education for Indigenous and Black aspiring chefs, our fellows are dedicated to creating solutions for societal inequities within their communities and we couldn’t be prouder! In celebration of Small Business Saturday, we’d love for you to get acquainted with some of our incredible fellows and their burgeoning businesses.

Meet the Leadership Incubator Fellows:

  • Nina Barnett

  • Charity Blanchett

  • Ramya Dronamraju

  • Chavonne Hodges

  • Nikki Larchar

  • Judith Martinez

  • Rubini Naidu

  • Quynh Onel

  • Sophie Sandberg

  • Sara Shokouhi

  • Natalie Tung


Natalie is the co-founder and executive director of HomeWorks Trenton, a free community-based after-school boarding program. “Through the TRESemmé and Vital Voices Leadership Incubator, I’ve learned to lead as my authentic self and to trust the process through embracing, reflecting and optimizing on the expected and unexpected. Most importantly, this incubator reminded me that when women come together to lead, we do so with empathy, vulnerability and strength, which only makes us stronger as individuals and as a community.”

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