Rachel Wynn, Founder

Rachel Wynn, Founder

Hey lady!

Are you feeling lost as a new or aspiring entrepreneur?

Are you confused about how to price services, find clients,
or simply get started being your own BOSS?

As an entrepreneur who started a social media company at age 25, I felt lost in trying to figure out how to be a "legit" woman in business.

To solve this issue I've created a women's group* where we get together monthly to:

  • Discuss being a woman in business
  • Offer advice, support, and honest, loving feedback
  • Collaborate on co-hosting events
  • Hold each other accountable to goals
  • Grow together to make money and craft our ideal work and life balance.


WHO: This group is designed for full-time solopreneurs looking for advanced and structured collaborative support and are able to meet during the daytime.

WHEN: 1:00pm-3:00pm in DC, MD, or VA

HOW MUCH: Monthly membership is $25 and first-time guests can visit for free if they would like to check us out!


  • Monthly meeting with a small group of women where we discuss advanced level business topics and collaborate on problem solving
  • Invitations to weekend brunches and focused coworking sessions
  • Access to our secret Facebook Group to keep in touch between meetings and share resources
  • Your business listed on our membership page with a link back to your site (oh hey SEO!)
  • Exclusive invites and discounts to partner events and experiences (past perks include: free coaching, free event tickets, speaking opportunity alerts, etc.)

Eva Jannotta
Being part of Solopreneur Circle has been a godsend to my business. For one thing, it’s given me friends: friends whose lifestyles and professional goals and choices align with mine. That means we can easily get together to co-work, share ideas, and get feedback, all while avoiding rush hour.

All of our meetings are centered around a entrepreneurial topic and facilitated expertly by Rachel. The group is friendly, flexible, and very valuable to my business growth. Rachel is a unique leader because she is an idea-woman and well-connected in DC. I recommend Like A Boss to any woman millennial entrepreneur who is looking for business incubation, great friends, and a good time all in one.
— Eva J.

View UPCOMING Discussion Topics

"2018 Goal Setting & Accountability Tools"

"How to Fall Back in Love with Your Business"

"Copyrights & How Not to Get Sued for Stock Photos"

"Grow Your Biz with Virtual Assistants"

"Promotional Products: When to Invest and What to Buy"

* Female-identifying, non-binary folks are welcome. Sorry, no dudes!

Photo Credit:  #WOCinTech

Photo Credit:  #WOCinTech