When she 1st met her husband she didn’t want to give him her real phone number. She loves the color teal and want to empower girls who create with Treppie. Founder Jennifer Andrews joins us to talk empowering young entrepreneurs Beyond the Mic.

Welcome Jennifer:

We’re joined on the Starline by speech pathologist, entrepreneur and mom. Her latest project is helping empowering makers with one part education, one part community and one part retailer as the company Treppie. We welcome the founder Jennifer Andrews.

Jennifer, let’s go Beyond the Mic. You went to Illinois getting your Masters in speech and language pathology. How did helping others find their voice help you with Treppie?

What was the inspiration for Treppie?

How did helping that student help your soul?

With most of your artisans on your site from 9-25 years old on your site, how does Treppie help with holes in the creator workflow?

Where did you come up with the name?

The Rockin’ 8:

It’s time for the Rockin’ 8, 8 random questions; answer with the first thing that comes to your mind. There is no Pressure.

1. 1st thing you bought from a Treppie?

2. In what way are you the most creative?

3. What is your favorite and least favorite camping activity?

4. How did you meet your husband Shaun, and when did you know he was the one?

5. Favorite Color?

6. Best place in Colorado for dinner?

7. What’s standing in between you and your biggest dream?

8. What is the one thing you do better than anyone else?

The Back Half:

What is the biggest challenge you are facing now and how has your resiliency been tested recently?

How does mentorship of these young entrepreneurs help them in their future?

With the world not a perfect utopia of happiness, how do you help these creators deal with rejection?

Who was your first mentor and how did they help you?

Have you ever had a blessing in disguise and what was it?

How did educating at risk kids with business ownership courses help your soul?

As technology and the global economy evolves, what are the most important things you need to evolve in your own business to make Treppie better?

One Big Question:

How has this project changed you?

How does the success of Treppies make you feel?

Where can people find Treppie?

The Wrap:

When she 1st met her husband she didn’t want to give him her real phone number, loves teal and want to empower girls who create with Treppie. Jennifer Andrews thanks for taking the time to talk with us today.

And that my friends is Beyond the Mic.

Visit Treppie here.

Listen to other Beyond the Mic conversations with entrepreneurs here.

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