During the last year, the impacts of the coronavirus and government-mandated closures disproportionately affected women business owners. Now, as businesses reopen without restrictions, women are driving the business recovery.

“With COVID, that really just put a glaring flashlight on all of the inequities that we see and live every day,” Tanya Hill, director of the National Association of Women Business Owners, said.


Read the full story in the July 5 issue of the San Fernando Valley Business Journal.