Khrys Vaughan, PMP, SCSP is a published Author, Multi-passionate Strategist, and Creator of In Her Company, working with mission-driven womenpreneurs to answer what’s next and create a plan to get it. She has served on various boards/committees including SBA/Small Business Week-St. Louis, JCI International, Hampton Roads Civic Ballet, and Women Build/Habitat for Humanity.
Khrys previously produced an industry-first webcast, pilot for internet television, the Women in Green Technology panel (with Ingrid Vanderveldt among panelists), and a weekly radio show featuring diverse women in business that reached over 16,000 listens. Her first novel, The Red Umbrella Society, won second place in the Missouri Writing Guild’s Fall Fiction contest. And prompted her to create a unique literary group for women to write better fight scenes, and take their projects beyond the book. Recently, Khrys was selected to participate in Steve Madden’s/Fearless Fund Get Venture Ready program. And featured in Authority Magazine on why more women founders are needed.
On a personal note, Khrys is adventurous, vegan, enjoys long walks, loose leaf tea, and creating memories with her family.
Take Action Podcast – Exploring the Multi-passionate Person
The Courage to Lead – Courage to Create the Future
Circle Around – 3 Simple Tips Any Womenpreneur Can Use to Bolster Her Success
Thrive Global – Women Founders Series
Authority Magazine, Medium: Why We Need More Women Founders & What We’re Doing to Make that Happen
Ticker News Australia – Business & Leadership: Empowering Women During the Pandemic
CEO Blog Nation: Entrepreneurs Reveal How Much They Work in a Week
Beer & Business Podcast Interview
90 Days to Launch (Her Startup, Creator and Facilitator)
Women in Green Technology Panel
Sub-Committee Chair, SBA/Small Business Week-St. Louis
Marketing Co-Chair, Women Build/Habitat for Humanity (Anti-Trafficking event with IJM)
JCI, Social Responsibility Committee Member, Project Advisor
Highly Empowered Women Conference
Urban League Empowerment Summit Speaker (2007, 2009)