Profile: Tori Molnar, MyUtoria & She Can Make Change
In 2010, Tori Molnar decided she needed to figure out a way to make her own money and help some of her friends do the same. So she did what many of us have always wanted to do but never could figure out how…she started her own company called Utoria
http://www.myutoria.com. It’s sort of an Amway for kids.
The mission of this company is to empower teenage girls to learn about business thus enabling them to make their own income. Utoria products cover a range of categories from Beauty, Jewelry, Fashion Accessories, Gifts, and more. Products range from $20 to $200.
6 months later, while Utoria was still in it’s infancy, Tori created She Can Make Change http://www.shecanmakechange.org to help girls make “change” within themselves and the rest of the world.
Tori’s success hasn’t come easy. She has a mild form of Cerebral Palsy which somewhat affects her from doing many things that “regular” teenagers do because it is a muscular disease. She considers herself lucky because of the fact that she has a mild form of this disease.
She was just featured in She Owns It’s 50 Women You Should Be Following On Twitter.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Melissa Brodsky has been involved in blogging and social media since 2006. Melissa is a full-time mom of five aspiring bloggers/digital media creators. She is a freelance writer social media strategist who has worked with small start up companies as well as some big names. Melissa has been featured on the Dr. Phil show, WDIV Channel 4, in the Detroit Free Press and various other publications and radio talk shows.