The Jewish Women Entrepreneur Podcast
The Jewish Women Entrepreneur


Where we speak about Women, Jewish Identity & Leadership in Business
Episode #8 It's a small world after all ;)
Lauren A. Cohen, Esq
In this episode, we spoke with Lauren about how Covid made the world a smaller place - even if it is more difficult to travel - and how more and more entrepreneurs are looking to expand and grow their businesses on a global level. Based on her expertise and experience in starting her own non-profit, Lauren explained the difference between a social business and a non-profit. She spoke about the mistake that people make when they think that having a non-profit means that they will not make money. And finally, we spoke about the special challenge that single moms have in raising their children on their own, especially when they are also entrepreneurs. Lauren is a single mom of a 10-year-old, and I was also a single mom of 2 kids for many years, so I asked Lauren to give some advice to other single mompreneurs and I found that the advice she gave was really to the point.
Who is Lauren A. Cohen, Esq
International Legal & Real Estate Expert

Lauren is an inspired speaker, bringing passion and insight to the multitude of topics on which she speaks, ranging from complex business immigration matters to finding balance as a single mompreneur and related self-growth topics.
Lauren is also very community-oriented and philanthropic. She recently established Find My Silver Lining, a non-profit whose goal is to inspire others to persevere through challenging times and focus on the bright side as they strive to lead fulfilling lives.
After spending several years working as corporate counsel, Lauren decided to combine her legal knowledge and business acumen and open her own company called e-Council Inc.
This company offers concierge turnkey business immigration services - ranging from professional Business Plans to comprehensive project coordination for all types of business visas.
Lauren and her team help businesses raise capital, assist franchises seeking additional franchisees particularly in the form of foreign investors, and work with foreign investors seeking access to the U.S. markets.

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