True Grit with Craig Kautsch

Victoria Wise

July 20, 2020 Craig Kautsch Season 1 Episode 4
True Grit with Craig Kautsch
Victoria Wise
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True Grit with Craig Kautsch
Victoria Wise
Jul 20, 2020 Season 1 Episode 4
Craig Kautsch

Victoria Wise is an energetic entrepreneur, and the first “Power Woman” I’ve had the opportunity to interview. She was named one of the “400 Most Influential People” in Fort Worth (2 years in a row!) and received the Legacy of Women Award by SafeHaven in 2018. 

She’s built and sold a multi-million dollar online jewelry auction site, and is now the founder and creator of the locally-famous “Tanglewood Moms”. She even got Zuckerberg’s attention when Facebook asked her to join the inaugural Small and Medium Business Council. Her more recent project has led her to launch one of Fort Worth’s favorite magazines Madeworthy!  It’s an incredible publication filled with stories about our community and more importantly the people who are making a significant impact. Most recently, she co-founded a racial reconciliation group for women called Heart Work.



Book Mentions:
Tribes by Seth Godin
Good to Great by Jim Collins
Built to Last by Jim Collins
Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson
White Fragility by Robin DiAngelo
How to Be an Antiracist by Ibram X. Kendi

Show Notes

Victoria Wise is an energetic entrepreneur, and the first “Power Woman” I’ve had the opportunity to interview. She was named one of the “400 Most Influential People” in Fort Worth (2 years in a row!) and received the Legacy of Women Award by SafeHaven in 2018. 

She’s built and sold a multi-million dollar online jewelry auction site, and is now the founder and creator of the locally-famous “Tanglewood Moms”. She even got Zuckerberg’s attention when Facebook asked her to join the inaugural Small and Medium Business Council. Her more recent project has led her to launch one of Fort Worth’s favorite magazines Madeworthy!  It’s an incredible publication filled with stories about our community and more importantly the people who are making a significant impact. Most recently, she co-founded a racial reconciliation group for women called Heart Work.



Book Mentions:
Tribes by Seth Godin
Good to Great by Jim Collins
Built to Last by Jim Collins
Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson
White Fragility by Robin DiAngelo
How to Be an Antiracist by Ibram X. Kendi