Female Entrepreneurs Who Are Changing The Narrative

1. Lalfakzuali

A Mizoram woman, once who lost everything to those ‘three’ devastating words, which belonged to her, who once had nothing to hold on to in this big wide world, but the tables turned and she literally wove her future with her own hands. With the help of ‘Milaap’, one of India’s biggest funding platform for social and personal causes. She and her
sister are running the weaving business embarking grace on their own life and inspiring others. She now owns 5 looms, employs 4 more women and runs a business headed to prosperity.

2. Ela Bhatt

Along with late Arvind Buch, the then president of Textile Labour Association, Ela founded SEWA (Self Employed Women Association) which has played a major role in the development of women in Bihar.
For her excellent work in the field of labor and microfinance, Ela has been awarded the Raman Magsaysay Award, Padmashri, and Padmavibhushan.

3. Thinlas Chorol

There’s no mountain higher than the reach of perseverance of a strong head and heart. In 2009 Thinlas founded a ladakhi women’s travel company. She has encouraged many young women to overcome the barriers and earn a living in mountaineering. Thinlas studied in SEMCOL, she is the only ladakhi woman to be professionally trained in the field of mountaineering.