Charleston Women Summer 2024

38 | | Many women are burnt out with the corporate worlds, commutes and chaos their jobs bring to them each week. They want to branch out on their own in a successful way, without breaking the bank and committing to large brick-and-mortar business spaces. But how? These three Lowcountry entrepreneurs are ready to share their stories — and hopefully inspire the women who need to read this the most. SIRENA SINGLETON: brand photographer and strategist Sirena Singleton spent 16 years working in an environmental lab, contributing to organic chemistry, volatiles, HPLC explosives and PFAS laboratories, before taking the leap into full-time entrepreneurship and never looking back. “My photography business started as a hobby,” she said, “a creative break from the world of science.” Since becoming a work-from-home entrepreneur, Singleton enjoys the flexibility to own her Work from Home in Style Local entrepreneurs share tips BY HEATHER ROSE ARTUSHIN Charleston Women at Home