Women & Worth – October 1, 2021

At Worth’s recent Women & Worth Summit, digitalundivided CEO Lauren Maillian spoke to entrepreneurs and fellows in digitalundivided’s Do You Fellowship Mandy Bowman, Beverly Malbranche and Lisette Scott about their experiences in areas such as funding, mentorship and building confidence as a founder.

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The Everygirl, March 2016

At age 19 Lauren Maillian started her first business, Sugarleaf Vineyards, growing superior wine quality grapes, which then turned in to a winery. By 2012, her business was acquired and she was ready for her next big endeavor as an entrepreneur. She then started Luxury Market Branding and became heavily involved in technology and the venture and startup industries as an advisor and investor. She launched Gen Y Capital to invest in early stage consumer technology companies. You’ll now see Lauren on the TV series Quit Your Day Job in which aspiring millennial entrepreneurs pitch their ideas to her and a panel of angel investors.

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Jet, March 2016

Lauren Maillian has always possessed a hustler’s spirit. “I’ve always wanted to follow my own destiny,” the model-turned-entrepreneur told JET. “It was always really clear that I was going to be that young woman who was creative, determined, and find ways to capitalize on things that interested me the most.”

At 19, Lauren was the co-founder of a boutique winery, which rapidly gained international success and award-winning recognition.

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Black Enterprise – March 2016

f you’ve ever thought about quitting your full-time job to pursue a new business venture, add Oxygen’s new docu-series Quit Your Day Job to your TV lineup. Quit Your Day Job, premiering Wednesday, March 30, at 10 p.m. ET/PT, is an eight-episode series featuring aspiring millennial entrepreneurs who are looking to pitch their innovative ideas to a group of angel financiers.

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Black Enterprise, March 2016

GeenieBox is the first monthly subscription ‘knowledge box’ for ambitious black women. It is the brainchild of Chana Ginelle Ewing, the creator of the Michelle O Brunch. GeenieBox, which costs $29.95 a month (click here), isn’t your average monthly subscription box providing sample beauty products. Rather, GeenieBox highlights female leaders and what propels them.

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People, March 2016

Some of American’s toughest angel investors are giving entrepreneurs the chance to prove why they are worthy of doing. just that in Oxygen’s new docuseries Quit Your Day Job. PEOPLE has the exclusive first look at the series, which features Randi Zuckerberg (CEO of Zuckerberg Media), Ido Leffler (co-founder and CEO of school supply company Yoobi), Sarah Prevette (Founder and CEO of Future Design School) and Lauren Maillian (Founder and CEO of strategic marketing and advisory company LMB group.)

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