At 12 years old, Alina Kravchenko emigrated with her mother and sister from Ukraine to the U. And on Friday's episode of "Shark Tank," she got one. After hearing Kravchenko's pitch for SwipenSnap, a diaper cream applicator you can apply with one hand, O'Leary and Greiner agreed to give her a six-figure deal for half the business. While pregnant with her son, Kravchenko had to work three jobs to stay afloat. At the time, she put her dreams of becoming an entrepreneur aside to ensure she could provide for her son, she said. But, after her son was born in , Kravchenko, a single mom, came up with a business idea she had to pursue: the SwipenSnap.
Lori Greiner Biography
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During the course of her career the businesswoman has launched more than products, secured over patents in the U. Entrepreneurship is in her blood, as her mother worked as a psychologist and her father is a real estate developer. Although they divorced when she was nine years old, their career choices allowed Laurie to enjoy an upper-middle-class lifestyle during her childhood in Chicago.