Host Jeremy C. Park talks with Amy Karaman, CEO and Founder of E Woman, who shares her personal story of escaping an arranged marriage in Uzbekistan at the age of 18 to pursue love and her passions in the United States of America. At age 23 she started her own beauty business and then now has started E Woman, a social media platform where women can connect, share their experiences and support one another. The platform is inspired by her mother, Elvira, who passed away from brain illness. During the interview, Amy highlights E Woman and some of their efforts, how women can create a profile and access the support groups and more.
- Amy’s Story: I have escaped arranged marriage at age 18 from Uzbekistan and stage 23 started my own beauty business. Where I learned a lot about how women all over the world go thru same struggles.
- How E Woman Formed + The Purpose of the social media platform. My mother used to have her own first women’s magazine in Central Asia where she wanted to show that women is not just a mother or a wife, she is so much more than that. Watching her I always believed in her message. At age 45 Elvira my mother (that’s what E stands for at E Woman) passed away from brain illness. So, in her honor I wanted to continue spreading her world. And with everything being online we have created a network where women can get together and not feel alone.
- Our new relaunch and how people can sign up now for the service! + the Labor Day Weekend Event (If it is open to the public.) We are happy to announce that we are open to the public and ready for everyone to Sign up. There are over 10 interviews that we have collected where successful women opening up and being vulnerable about life experiences.
- Community Highlights: We’re building not only a community in Nashville, but how a community is built online with women all over the globe.
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