Tory Burch Foundation expands fellowships to 50 entrepreneurs, including Columbus’ Claire Coder
The Tory Burch Foundation has selected 50 early-stage women entrepreneurs for its 2019 Fellows program, including Claire Coder, founder and CEO of Columbus-based Aunt Flow Corp.
The foundation increased the number of participants from 10 last year in response to high demand.
Each entrepreneur will receive a $5,000 grant for business education and participate in a year-long fellowship as well as having access to the Foundation’s online peer-to-peer network.
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Written by Anne Stych.
Originally published May 23, 2019.
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