Entrepreneur Coach & Author, Veronica Kirin, Inc.
Veronica Kirin is a Forbes notable graduate of Grand Valley State University and a 40 Under 40 Business Leader. An Anthropologist turned Serial Entrepreneur, her career has taken her from Disaster Relief through the Startup world. She is founder of the award winning GreenCup Website Services, author of Stories Of Elders, and Entrepreneur Coach to Audacious Empire Builders who want to scale their businesses so they work less, grow faster, and earn more. Her work as a coach is certified by the National LGBT Chamber of Commerce and is known for her trademarked Self Care Through Scaling™ program. She is also the founder of the Fempreneur Forum, where women Entrepreneurs can build community and get Coached in workshops and Live Q&As.
Veronica firmly believes that the success of LGBTQ business leaders is powerful. She uses her experience managing PTSD and scaling her first business to a ten-hour work week to coach Entrepreneurs to not only scale a business that provides them with a healthier work / life balance, but also to include self care in the actual business model. Veronica currently resides in Grand Rapids, Michigan, with her cat Turbo. In summer she can be found in her backyard tending her vegetable garden and relaxing with friends. In winter, she can be found as close to a cozy fire as possible. She is most passionate about LGBTQ Rights, Reproductive Rights, and Social Equity.
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“I’ve collaborated with Veronica for two events. The first was for a women’s conference I co-founded called Be Golden where she led an entrepreneurship workshop, and the most recent time in Chicago. Not only is Veronica articulate and well-read about the subjects she leads, she’s also always up for partnering with other organizations in the pursuit of spreading knowledge and helping others live their best lives. Veronica’s style is comfortable, relaxed, and approachable. She carries herself with confidence as she discusses sensitive topics and answers participants’ personal questions with respect.”