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The Real Life of an Entrepreneur with Noelle Acosta, Arielle Brown and Dr. Tabatha Carr

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to own a business? The highs, the lows, the untold stories?

Fifty years ago, the idea of women managing their own company would have seemed ambitious at best. Today, more women are choosing entrepreneurship. In fact, there are now more women entrepreneurs than ever before. Why are so many women choosing this path? According to a recent study women listed desire to pursue their passion as the number one reason to step into the world of entrepreneurship. Financial independence was second, and flexibility third.

In this episode our Chief Operating Officer, Gaby Eichenlaub talks to VEST Members about their leap into entrepreneurship. Listen as Noelle Acosta, Co-Founder and CEO of Noula, a digital health company in the reproductive care space, Arielle Brown, Founder of Bea’s Bayo Skincare, a herbal and probiotic personal care brand for eczema-prone scalp and skin, and Dr. Tabatha Carr, Founder of GoodGirl Chocolate a plant based Chocolate that supports all lifestyles share their journey into entrepreneurship.

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Show Notes:

About Noelle Acosta

Noelle Acosta is the Co-Founder & CEO of Noula, a digital health company that empowers birthing people to better understand and take care of their reproductive health through accessible, at-home precision health testing, digital care plans, and 1-on-1 coaching from experts. También en español. Prior to Noula, Noelle has helped lead sales and business development teams at B2B SaaS and digital health unicorns like Elastic, Front and Maven Clinic to new revenue milestones. A native Californian, Noelle is now based in Brooklyn, NY.

About Arielle Brown

Arielle Brown is a Louisiana native and Licensed Master Social Worker and the founder and owner of Bea's Bayou Skincare, Herbal & probiotic products for eczema-prone scalp & skin, named after her maternal grandmother, Beatrice. During the pandemic, she created scalp drops to help soothe her inflamed scalp and to her surprise, Bea’s Bayou Skincare was born! This summer, Bea’s Bayou Skincare won the Essence and Aveeno Skin Health Pitch Award. Arielle has participated in various accelerator programs, most recently by Stitchcrew, Amazon, New Voices Foundation, and Digital Undivided - Breakthrough! She loves family time, reading, good food, and singing! Connect with Arielle on LinkedIn

About Dr. Tabatha Carr

Dr. Tabatha Carr is a leading authority in the field of women’s health and wellness. She is the founder of Good Girl Chocolate, a plant based Chocolate that supports all healthy lifestyles, which has been featured in the Gifting Suite at the GRAMMY’S, in select OSCAR nominee gift bags and recently selected y Whole Foods Market as the first Southwest region’s Local and Emerging Accelerator Program participant. A baccalaureate in Science with a master’s degree in Health Administration and her study of Naturopathic Medicine gives Dr. Tabatha a scientific and business background in her approach to Good Girl Chocolate and women’s health. She can be found playing the piano for her church, volunteering at local charities such as Positive Tomorrows, Baptist Children’s Home, Ronald McDonald House, or doing public speaking. Connect with Dr. Carr on LinkedIn


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