- Advises women in business on startups, management, and business development
- Specializes in helping struggling business owners
- Volunteers and a small business mentor
Lahle Wolfe is a former writer for The Balance Small Business, where she wrote about women in business for more than eight years.
Ms. Wolfe has more than 25 years of experience in small business development and management. Wolfe owns her own marketing company and specializes in helping struggling business owners.
Wolfe has helped establish national nonprofit organizations, sole proprietorships, corporations, and now focuses her talents on marketing and SEO for attorneys and other professionals, and building strong business networks for women, minorities, and the disabled.
Wolfe's witty 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.
She is a member of the Women's Mentor Network and Ladies Who Launch, and a volunteer mentor for MicroMentor.org
Wolfe attended Northern Virginia Community College where she double-majored in nursing and psychology.
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