Christine Reidhead is an academic, author & humanitarian making a difference in Africa, Mexico & the US. Growing up in the supportive community of Benson, Arizona is where Christine learned the importance of hard work and dedication. As the youngest of five children it has always been her lifelong purpose to help others, especially children.
myScoop app (available for iOS and Android) empowers anyone with a smartphone to sell their original photos and videos to a paying audience. All user-generated content is automatically verified per time and location and watermarked to maintain users’ copyrights. Content seekers can post camera missions on myScoop maps to grab location-based photos and videos with much more innovative features on-board.
Robots take over the world and it’s the end of humanity. We’ve seen this tired trope in tons of sci-fi concepts. But what happens when a robot becomes the image of hope?
Julian Jewel is a technological evangelist who uses media and the idea of a robot as a mascot for awareness towards environmental, psychological and wildlife preservation.
Artem Timofeev along with his brother Alex Timofeev are creating exceptional restaurants and bars in Los Angeles through their restaurant group MST Hospitality. In August 2016, Artem and Alex opened the doors of their first US bar in West Lost Angeles, The Nickel Mine.
Master Newborn Care Specialist, Postpartum Doula and Pediatric Sleep Consultant, Amber Gilmore, is a hands-on educator in caring for newborn babies with more than a decade of professional experience. Her services cover childcare, clinical care of newborns, developmental knowledge, family support and parental coaching. Amber has received mentoring from Baby Nurse To Go as well as extensive training and education.
The world is full of entrepreneurial businessmen and women who have defied the odds to achieve success. Every once in a while, however, there comes along someone whose journey is so remarkable that one can’t help to stop and take notice. Velma Trayham is that entrepreneur. She has demonstrated it is not how you start, it is how you finish.
Dating has changed dramatically over the last ten years with the advent of Instagram and Tinder. Today’s dating apps only require that users take ten seconds to look at a handful of your photos before making a decision to swipe right (hot) or left (not hot) on you. The selfie focused social media platforms of today have made what you look like more important than what you have to say.
Farhana is a mother of four boys who started her own online business selling handbags.
BREAKAWAY DAILY: What does being a business owner mean to you?
FARHANA: It means to me that I have freedom to work at something I feel passionate about. I have created something of value with my own vision.