The Riveter Stories tells the incredible stories of the women founders and CEOs at the forefront. Hosted by Amy Nelson, Founder and CEO of The Riveter, female-forward work and community spaces, the series was produced for The Riveter’s Facebook page, with a reach of more than 48,000 and more than 57,000 views. 

Instagram content featured 60 second teaser videos, garnering more than 13,000 impressions, driving viewers back to Facebook to view the full videos.

The Riveter Stories – Delali Kpodzo

Delali Kpodzo and her team at We Are Onyx have built an incredible space for Black Women to discover and explore beauty and the products that work best, learn how to manage beauty and get a regular dose of #BlackGirlMagic inspiration. What advice would Delali give? Learn more in the first episode of #TheRiveterStories.#feminism #entrepreneurship #womeninbusiness #femaleleaders #theriveter #advocates #pioneers #redefinework #community #Coworking #TheRiveterLA #entrepreneurs #TheRiveterStories

Posted by The Riveter on Tuesday, August 21, 2018


The Riveter Stories – Dani Apgar

Dani Apgar, EVP and Co-Founder of RapportBoost.AI believes women have critical communication and leadership skills the technology field needs. How does Dani see women changing the future of tech? Find out in this episode of #TheRiveterStories.#womeninbusiness #femaleleaders #theriveter #advocates #pioneers #redefinework #community #Coworking #TheRiveterLA #entrepreneurs #AI #womenintech

Posted by The Riveter on Thursday, August 9, 2018


The Riveter Stories: Aimee Helfand, founder of FamiLeague

Inspired by a challenging moment as a new mom, Aimee Helfand went on to create FamiLeague – a digital education platform for parents and families.She sat down with us to share how she got started, and how she plans to empower the next generation of female entrepreneurs.

Posted by The Riveter on Thursday, August 16, 2018


The Riveter Stories: Jennifer Saxton

What started as a desire to help millennial moms find work-life balance, has turned into a trusted, growing business. Jennifer Saxton founded Tot Squad, a company that offers car seat and stroller cleaning, repair, and safety services while pursuing her graduate business studies.Hear her story in today's episode of #TheRiveterStories.

Posted by The Riveter on Thursday, August 23, 2018


The Riveter Stories: Kelly Boyer of Paleta

Kelly Boyer built a thriving meal delivery business from word-of-mouth referrals, a love of cooking, and no formal business plan. In today's episode of The Riveter Stories, learn how Kelly created Paleta on her own terms from the ground up. #TheRiveterStories#womeninbusiness #entrepreneurship #femalefounders

Posted by The Riveter on Thursday, August 30, 2018


The Riveter Stories: Katie Ann Rosen Kitchens

A writer at her core, FabFitFun's Co-Founder Katie Ann Rosen Kitchens had a unique opportunity to turn an online magazine into a lifestyle subscription membership with a very engaged community across the nation. In this episode of The Riveter Stories, Amy Nelson talks with Katie about her transition into business, her advice for future female founders, and the future of FabFitFun.#WomenInBusiness #FabFitFun #TheRiveterStories

Posted by The Riveter on Thursday, September 6, 2018