SheFactor is a lifestyle brand that provides an on and offline platform for twenty-something women craving community, growth, and purpose. It’s a movement founded by women for women, and includes an app-based curriculum, relatable and consistent blog content, a book, a daily newsletter, a podcast, and live/virtual events -- all with the mission of helping them to create a life they love.
Meet the mother-daughter duo behind SheFactor!
Heidi and Tori built SheFactor together to inspire women to become confident, successful leaders of their lives and create the life they love – their Journey to She. They know the struggles young women are up against, because they've been there, too.
Heidi Ganahl dealt with adversity early in her life when she lost her husband in a plane crash, but her entrepreneurial spirit helped her pick herself up and found Camp Bow Wow, a $100 million leader in the pet and franchise industry hitting the Inc 500/5000 list 5 years in a row. For this effort, she has received many accolades including Fortune Magazine’s Top 10 Most Promising Entrepreneurs, and the 2016 Colorado Brave Leader Award.
After selling Camp Bow Wow a few years ago, Heidi dedicated herself to “giving back.” She was elected in a state-wide race to the Board of Regents of the University of Colorado and is on several other boards focusing on entrepreneurship and education. She also founded the Fight Back Foundation, an incubator built to support social entrepreneurs that want to tackle the most pressing societal issues confronting kids today, and just launched her new lifestyle brand SheFactor with her 24-year-old daughter, Tori Ganahl, a platform for millennial and Gen Z women craving community, growth, and purpose.
After graduating from the University of Oregon, Tori found herself struggling to adjust to life in the "real world" and finding a community in her new home of Portland, OR. Heidi and Tori built SheFactor together to inspire women to become confident, successful leaders of their lives and create the life they love – their “Journey to She”.