Nurturing Future Generations to Learn Better — Jessica Rolph of Lovevery
People Who Inspire (PWI) Next Gen Awards 2020-21| DKODING Media Inc. | Florida, USA: Early years of human life are crucial to holistic development. And pressing on the significance of the same is the Co-founder and CEO of Lovevery Jessica Rolph. Realising the struggle of parents while in the early learning stage of children, Rolph decided to provide a digital solution to the problem while making herself a name in the entrepreneurial world.
Alleviating Parenting Blues — Jessica Rolph has always been an enthusiast for the cause of family welfare and children. As the co-founder and CEO of Lovevery, Jessica Rolph is delivering to the importance of development of children in the early years.
People Who Inspire (PWI) Next Gen Awards 2020-21 — Jessica Rolph, Woman Entrepreneur of the Year.
- As the co-founder and CEO of Lovevery, Jessica Rolph is delivering to the importance of development of children in the early years.
- Lovevery is an education software solution helping parents with their designed play products to facilitate child development at their early stages.
- A Cornell University graduate, the unique concept of the company raised funding worth $26 million as of October, 2019.
- Designation: Co-founder and CEO, Lovevery
- Citizenship: United States
- Residence: Bois, Idaho
- Education: Cornell University
- Entrepreneurial Experience: 16 years
- Total Experience: 16 years
- Past Companies: Young Presidents’ Organization, RSF SocialFinance
Watch: Why Lovevery was founded
Pioneering the parenting problem-solving domain, Rolph formerly founded HappyFamily Brands in 2005, which was later sold to Danone Group, France. She continues to be the Board Member and Founding Partner of the company.
In the long run, no one institution or person can save me from the grit, putting myself out there, problem solving and pivoting that is required to make my business work. No one cares more than me and my co-founder.Jessica Rolph’s advice to early stage entrepreneurs