Riche Holmes Grant, Esq.
Riche Holmes Grant is the founder, designer, and Chief Mom behind BambiniWare™, a Martha Stewart-endorsed lifestyle brand that sells stylish, functional accessories for the adventures of mommyhood.
For a decade prior to starting BambiniWare, Riche was the President and Chief Academic Officer of Innovative Study Techniques, a sought-after test prep, tutoring and admissions agency that she founded shortly after graduating from law school.
Passionate about living and working on her own terms, Riche blogs, speaks, and hosts a video series, "The Riche Life," geared toward helping other women live their richest lives too (pun totally intended!). She is a contributor to MarthaStewart.com, a culinary expert for Williams Sonoma, and a digital ambassador for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
Her work has also been featured on HuffingtonPost.com, NPR, Essence.com, SheKnows.com, Pier1.com, and in Ebony magazine and West Elm.
Riche is a former board chair of GirlTrek (the largest public health non-profit for African-American women and girls in the US) and a former appointee to the Maryland Governor’s Commission on Small Business.
She is a graduate of Columbia Law School and Brown University, including a year at the London School of Economics. Riche is licensed to practice law in New York and Maryland (but only the fun stuff!). She lives in the Washington, DC area with her husband and their daughter, Riley (#miniboss).
Riche Holmes Grant is the founder and designer of BambiniWare™ stylish baby and mommy accessories and the executive producer and host of “The Riche Life” web series. She is a contributor to MarthaStewart.com, a culinary expert for Williams Sonoma, and a digital ambassador for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. Riche is a graduate of Columbia Law School and Brown University. She lives in the Washington, DC area with her husband and daughter.