Powerful Women Interview Series: Rebecca Barr, with Lessons She’s Learned in Life and Career

An interview with Natalie Ruiz

Natalie Ruiz
7 min readMay 25


Rebecca Barr, Founder of the Femalepreneur Coach

“This will ultimately make the world a better place, because good women, who make good money, do good things with that money.”

As part of my Powerful Women series, I had the pleasure of interviewing Rebecca Barr, Founder of The Femalepreneur Coach, Wealth Activator for Women, Money Mindset Coach, and Business Growth Strategist. She shared with us lessons she has learned through her life and career — some of which she wishes she had learned sooner!

Rebecca Barr is a multi-award-winning Wealth Activator and Business Growth Strategist who elevates female entrepreneurs to become wildly wealthy through a rock solid money mindset and growth-focused business strategies built on ease.

Thank you so much for connecting with me and sharing your story. I’m so excited to get started!

It’s an absolute pleasure, I’m really looking forward to sharing my story with you.

Tell me about yourself and what you do professionally:

Okay, so, I’m Rebecca Barr, I’m 40 years old, and I live in Kingston-Upon-Thames with my five gorgeous children. My business is built on activating ambitious female entrepreneurs to make more money by creating a rock-solid money mindset by leveraging their time, energy, and expertise. I am so, so passionate about empowering others to write their own money story and never settle, something my clients achieve in abundance. More than anything, I am on a serious mission to change the money narrative for women around the world.

How did you get into this?

I started my entrepreneurial journey in 2014 after an unexpected departure from my corporate career in HR, due to issues with childcare after my mum suffered a stroke and my employers were unable to accommodate any form of flexible working. I relocated myself and my children to Surrey after purchasing a Barbershop. As well as this, I was then mentoring young entrepreneurial women at my local university. Naturally observing others as you do at networking events, I quickly realised that…



Natalie Ruiz

Tech CEO. Mom. Non-Profit Board Member. Working to normalize belonging at work. Living in gratitude. Trying to leave people and places better than I find them.