Jennifer Bouani is an advocate for young entrepreneurs. Bouani comes from a family of entrepreneurs. She started working in her dad's business at the young age of 12 years old. In 1995, she graduated Summa Cum Laude from Auburn University with a degree in Computer Engineering. She has been a project manager, business analyst manager, a business communications professional, and a consultant.
Jennifer has expertise in multiple industries: retail, insurance, automotive, telecommunications, consulting, publishing among others. Bouani is the author of the #1 Amazon Kindle Bestseller and Award Winning Book Tyler and His Solve-a-matic Machine and the Future Business Leaders' Series. She mentors parents, educators, community leaders on how to empower and prepare kids for tomorrow's world by teaching them how to think creatively, explore products and services around them, set realistic goals, and overcome obstacles -- the keys to turning what they love to do into business ideas and realizing their dreams. The series is available in Korean.
Tyler & His Solve-a-matic Machine (Future Business Leaders Series) Disney's Winner in the 2007 Excellent Books Category from the Prestigious iParenting Media.
The Future Business Leaders Series has been awarded the Gold by the Mom's Choice Awards
The Future Business Leaders Series is the winner of The New England Festival of Books.
The Future Business Leaders Series received an Honorable Mention at the London Festival of Books.
Entrepreneurship is the backbone of our economy, yet entrepreneurship is not a subject kids are actively taught. That is what makes Bouani's series so important. She is teaching kids about an important concept and delivers valuable lessons in a fun and engaging way. The Future Business Leaders' Series prepares kids for the changing economy and gets them excited about entrepreneurship.
Natalie MacNeil | Founder of SheTakesOnTheWorld.com and Co-founder of GarageEntrepreneurs.com
I love the concept of this book--that it plants an entrepreneurial seed in kids' minds, and shows them they have the power to solve their own problems. As a child, I was constantly told I could do anything and be anything. If I had read this book back then, I can only imagine the ideas it would have sparked. Kudos to Jennifer Bouani for writing such an important book!