Possible Woman’s magazine to feature Rina Shah in special edition

The issue titled “HERstory Unveiled: Celebrating Leading Women” is set to feature 11 women with inspirational stories

Rina Shah, founder and director of AMU dance creations, set to feature in a special edition of The Possible Woman magazine / Image - Rina Shah/Linkedin

A special issue of the Possible Woman magazine is set to feature 11 inspirational female entrepreneurs, including Indian-American dancer Rina Shah, founder of Bridgewater, New Jersey-based Aum dance creations.

The special issue, titled "HERstory Unveiled: Celebrating Leading Women" will be launched on International Women's Day, March 8, to commemorate the publication's first anniversary.

The "HERstory Unveiled" campaign aims to honor the extraordinary accomplishments of women entrepreneurs across a range of industries while bringing attention to the difficulties they encounter.

Besides Rina, the issue also features Sandra Rojas, founder of Money Mindset Hub; Alexa Stimpfel, founder of Shoe Fairy & My Power; Dannelle Stratton, founder of Stratton Financial Solutions; Jean Lavallie, founder of WESOS Network; Jen Loving, founder of Engaging Speakers; Kathi McCarty, founder of Meth Toxins Awareness Alliance; Laura Navaquin, founder of Navaquin Properties & Inspire Her Foundation; Sally Wurr, founder of SW Insurance & Sally Wurr; and Shaara Roman, founder of Silverene Group.

"We want to enhance awareness of women's empowerment issues and direct more support towards women-owned businesses. This special edition is an opportunity to inspire aspiring entrepreneurs by showcasing what's possible,” Ringier remarked.

A Times Square billboard in New York City will feature the tales of these entrepreneurs, with photographer Ciara Holloway of BluePanther Studios documenting the event.

Who is Rina Shah?

Rina Shah through her organization AUM Dance Creations’ aims to ensure that the next generation of the diaspora benefits from her understanding of Bharat Natyam, Bollywood, Ballet, Tap, Jazz, and Hip Hop.

Her love for classical and modern dance instills in each pupil a sense of discipline, culture, and growth, according to her dance website. Her choreography has garnered significant praise and numerous honors.