Success Stories

At the Center For Women & Enterprise we celebrate our clients' successes. Read their stories and be inspired! 

We'd love to be telling your success story next!  Fill out the form, submit your story including how you benefited from your relationship with CWE and launched or grew your business, photo of yourself, company logo and website. Please return this form, your photo and company logo (if applicable)

Helen Greiner, iRobot Corporation

Meet the woman behind the Roomba, the hands-off, robotic vacuum cleaner phenomenon. Read Helen's story.

Cheryl Snead, Banneker Industries

Cheryl W. Snead is the President, Chief Executive Officer and Facilities Security Officer of Banneker Industries, Inc. a world-class provider of Supply Chain Management solutions including logistics headquartered in North Smithfield, Rhode Island withView our video spotlight on Cheryl Snead, President & CEO of Banneker Industries. View Cheryl's video and read her bio

Kim Lamothe, Greenlion Design & Florals

In 2005, Kim was living in a dingy apartment in Fall River, MA, and working one terrible waitressing job after another. With the help of the Center For Women & Enterprise, she's now owner of Greenlion Design and Florals the Green Way and making a name for herself in the luxury wedding market. Read Kim's story.

Suchi Mumford, Indigo Fire Studio

Suchi Mumford has always been the hands-on type attracted to hands-on art, and now that she has opened her own clay pottery and glass studio, she is thrilled to own and manage a business around something that she has loved since her childhood. Read Suchi's story.

Heidy Paz, LaGranja Dairy Products, LLC

A wife and mother of three, Heidy had a dream to fill American grocery store shelves with the creams and cheeses she'd loved in her homeland of Guatemala. in 2011, she opened her manufacturing business, La Granja Dairy Products, LLC. Read Heidy's story.

Robin Squibb, Granny Squibb's

Robin's grandmother was a local culinary hero who had created a lemon/mint tea that people were still brewing 100 years later.  Robin began researching how she could turn her granny's recipe into a business. Read Robin's story.

Beth Sullivan, Snug Harbor Tile

The economic downturn and a personal loss left Beth feeling as though she was sinking.  She was losing faith in herself as a businesswomen because she lacked formal training.  Find out how Beth turned herself and her business,Snug Harbor Tile around. Read Beth's story.

Amy Yanover, Amy Yanover Photographic Art

Amy Yanover’s passion for photography sparked as a child when she got her first Brownie camera. That passion stayed with her throughout busy years spent balancing family and a corporate career. In 2005 she decided to turn her hobby into a career, and she turned to CWE to help make that happen. Read Amy's story.