Loading Episode...
Female Empowerment Matters - FEM Apparel EPISODE 11, 16th July 2020
#11 - Millenial entrepreneur of 2 businesses & personal brand
00:00:00 00:49:21

#11 - Millenial entrepreneur of 2 businesses & personal brand

Brittany Elizabeth Alice is a young Canadian entrepreneur who decided at an early age that she'd rather work for herself than make money for someone else.

She's started her own fitness company, her own mentoring company and both of those alongside a successful personal brand.

Instagram: @beliizabeth, @sophrosyncyyc, @_femaleceo

Website: www.beliizabeth.com/femaleceo

Thanks for watching our video! We'd love to hear your feedback and if you're enjoying what you see, please click Subscribe!


Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/femaleempowermentmatters

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/femaleempowermentmatters

Twitter: https://twitter.com/ApparelFem

Website: https://femaleempowermentmatters.com/


Music written and performed by SH3 and produced by NdroiDBeats

Check them out at:

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ndroidbeats/

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/ndroidbeats


FEM Apparel was started by the father and step-mother of two girls. Concerned with societal pressures and inequalities, FEM Apparel was created with the idea of showcasing thought-provoking phrases to encourage discussion, highlight disparity and challenge the status quo to be inclusive and equal.

We currently support two different charities. For purchases made in Canada we donate to the Canadian Women’s Foundation. They are an organization that provides programming and support for four urgent issues: gender-based violence, economic security, girl’s empowerment and inclusive leadership. The foundations programs are created by women for women and tailored to the specific communities in which they are engaged.

For purchases made from anywhere else in the world we donate to UN Women. A branch of the United Nations, UN Women is a truly global platform that works with UN Member States to help them set, and achieve their goals for gender equality. They work with governments and civil society to design laws, policies, programmes and services needed to ensure that the standards are effectively implemented and truly benefit women and girls worldwide.

To learn more about both the Canadian Women’s Foundation and UN Women, we encourage you to check out their websites: