GC4W Women in Leadership

15. CEO, Mosunmola Abudu is GC4W Most Powerful Women CEOs.

“Your ability to make things happen is what makes you different.”~ Mo Abudu, Television Host Summary: Mo Abudu serves as Chairman and Chief Executive at Ebonylife TV. Abudu is a talk show hostess, TV producer, media personality, human resource management consultant and entrepreneur/venture capitalist. She is also the hostess and executive producer of Moments with which she holds the pride of place…

14. CEO, Melanie Whelan is GC4W Most Powerful Women CEOs.

“We give you the space to disconnect and spend 45 minutes investing in yourself.” ~ Melanie Whelan, CEO of Soulcycle Summary: Melanie Whelan first entered the world of fitness administration when Harvey Spevak, the CEO of Equinox, was looking for someone to start a business development function, thinking about non-core business growth beyond just opening new clubs. She helped launch Pure Yoga,…

9. CEO, Lubna Olayan is GC4W Most Powerful Women CEOs.

“I never dwell on what I’ve personally achieved. ” ~ Lubna Olayan, CEO of Olayan Financing Company Summary: Mrs. Lubna Sulaiman Al-Olayan serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Olayan Financing Company W.L.L. Mrs. Al-Olayan serves as a Principal of The Olayan Group. She is a Principal of Olayan Investments Company Establishment, the parent company of The Olayan Group. She serves as…

7. CEO, Jacqueline Novogratz is GC4W Most Powerful Women CEOs.

“A sustainable world means working together to create prosperity for all.” ~ Jacqueline Novogratz, CEO of Acumen Summary: Jacqueline Novogratz is the founder and CEO of Acumen, a non-profit global venture capital fund whose goal is to use entrepreneurial approaches to address global poverty. Acumen has invested over $101 million of patient capital in 92 businesses whose products and services are…