Sonam Lhomi is 26 years old, and works as one of owners of BHN. She’s been married for five years, and has one daughter named Kripa. Before starting BHN, she worked as a trekking guide for girls, and income was very minimal. Now she’s able to buy food, pay her rent, and help relatives when needs arise. Sonam never imagined that BHN would grow or become what it is today. She loves hiring new women artisans and offering trainings for growth. Sonam and the other two owners feel very privileged to be the first Lhomi women in Nepal to own a business.