JESSICA SHAMBAUGH Special to the Legal News Published: December 31, 2013 For a group of women in Ohio, the shiny, shimmering links of women’s jewelry are what is holding together women across the globe. The owners of soHza jewelry had a big mission in mind when they...
A team of women have launched a line that will help women locally and globally, making a difference around the world. Learn more on why they have a passion for making a statement that can make an everlasting change. “SoHza started as an idea of pulling the ties of...
Combining efforts of non-profits for women and inspirational artists from all over the world, learn how the local ladies behind this new initiative are making a difference. SoHza Jewelry began its inspirational journey with a question: “How can we pull the ties...
Business Profiles — By Susan Post on October 8, 2013 at 8:00 am Helping women across the world is at the heart of a new local business. soHza connects women in developing countries to local women in need through handmade jewelry. soHza founders Cassi Baker and sisters...
Empowering women to make positive change is Debbie Lupariello’s goal—not only for herself and her new business venture soHza—but for the women locally and globally who come together to help make the company a success. Lupariello co-founded soHza and launched the...
Women like to help other women. According to a 2011 survey by Georgetown University, women are the strongest believers in the power of supporting causes. I see this statistic in action each day in my local community. It seems as if the women I know are constantly...
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