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 woman together, to teach tolerance through woman’s bonds globally,”
explains Debbie Lupariello, one of the four women who launched SoHza, a jewelry line this year.
Lupiariello has been in women’s leadership for many years and has a passion for entrepreneurship. Two years ago, Lupiariello bought her mother a fair trade necklace from Guatemala, and was absolutely experienced a great connection to the woman who had made the fine piece. During the same year, Cassi Baker, Lobbyist and Philanthropist for SoHza bought Vicki Miller, Creative Director for SoHza, a fair trade bracelet from Ghana which started the concept about how this connection could be strengthened by women all around the world. Soon after, these women including Melissa Henry, SoHza Relationship Expert began growing their vision and business planwhich soon came to the launch of SoHza in April 2013.