- Advised women in business on startups, management, and business development
- Owner of her own web marketing company for more than 10 years
- Specialized in helping struggling business owners
- Former web designer and application developer
Lahle Wolfe wrote for About.com (now Dotdash) for more than eight years, covering women in business.
She has more than 25 years of experience in small business development and management and owned her own Los Angeles-based digital marketing company for more than 10 years, specializing in helping struggling business owners. Her work spanned websites, print, e-books, social networking, search engine optimization (SEO) and video production.
Wolfe has helped establish national nonprofit organizations, sole proprietorships, and corporations. Her marketing company focused on attorneys and other professionals, and on building business networks for women, disabled people, and minority populations.
Wolfe's business advice has been featured in major publications including USA Today, The San Francisco Chronicle, The Washington Post, The New York Times, and Woman's Day Magazine, as well as on television, radio, and live podcasts.
Wolfe attended Northern Virginia Community College, where she double-majored in nursing and psychology.
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The Balance Small Business makes launching and managing your own business easy. It is home to experts who provide clear, practical advice on entrepreneurship and management. Whether you’re just starting up or you want to take your company to the next level, The Balance Small Business will answer your questions and turn your business dreams into reality.
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