Kim Graham-Nye is the ultimate gMum.
Canadian-born and Australian-bred, Kim is as passionate about babies as she is about the planet. As co-founder and president of gDiapers, the ecodorable diaper that is both cute and biodegradable, Kim combines her love of both into one earth friendly, family-centered company. Named one of Fortune Magazine’s top 10 Most Powerful Women Entrepreneurs in America in 2011, Kim has proven that with a little creativity business and family can go together better.
Kim delivered her her talk virtually via pre-recorded video.
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