More than a cup of coffee: Sarah Knabel creates community through Bob & Lou’s
More than a cup of coffee: Sarah Knabel creates community through Bob & Lou’s

Sarah Knabel has never been one to turn down a good cup of coffee. As an Iowa State University student, she fell in love with the atmosphere of the campus coffee house that provided respite from her busy class schedule as a marketing and public relations major. That enthusiasm followed the Dubuque native when she […]

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Rylynn McQuillen
Rylynn McQuillen

Age: 38. Business & location: The Story Space (formerly Fig Leaf), Dubuque. Founded: 2024. Female you look up to: My mama and my sister. My mom is now retired, but she was a trailblazer in her prime — a true pioneer for making the way for young entrepreneurship. She saw her vision and jumped. My […]

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Cally Burkle
Cally Burkle

Age: 51. Business & location: Gordon’s Tuxedos and Suits, Dubuque. Founded: 1952. Female you look up to: Bethany Frankel. What inspired you to launch your business: The business was presented to me by the former owner (Dina Kempthorne) in February 2021, and I saw the opportunity to continue with this longstanding Dubuque business. Biggest thing […]

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Kimberly Hackett
Kimberly Hackett

Age: 53. Business & location: Wicked Dame Wine & Bar, Dubuque. Founded: 2018. Female you look up to: Any woman that breaks from the expected norm, whether famous or the hard-working mom next door. We are all “Wicked Dames.” What inspired you to launch your business: The desire to have a female friendly establishment, where […]

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Ashley Ayala
Ashley Ayala

Age: 39. Business & location: Soul Revolution Yoga + Cycling, Dubuque. Founded: 2018. Female you look up to: Maureen Mondanaro, my original yoga teacher and trainer. What inspired you to launch your business: I found yoga while in college a few years after my dad passed away. I was a little lost, unsure and unconnected […]

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Justyna Miranda
Justyna Miranda

Age: 43. Business & location: City Girl Farming + Prepared Meals, Dubuque; and Sinsinawa, Wis. Founded: 2019. Female you look up to: I look up to my late grandmother, who was fearless, funny and spirited in the most magical way. What inspired you to launch your business: Ultimately, the more I learned about our food […]

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