Leading Women Luncheon Speaker: Caroline Ghosn
Caroline Ghosn is the founder and CEO of Levo, the largest and fastest-growing professional network for millennials. Levo is using technology to mentor and arm its members with the tools needed to build excellence – to develop their talent, make connections, and learn from each other. Launched in 2012 with offices in New York and San Francisco, Levo has become the largest and fastest-growing movement in the workplace, with an average member age of 23 and 85% female members. Ghosn has raised more than $10 million from individual and institutional investors at the top of their game, including Sheryl Sandberg, Fran Hauser, The Stanford Fund and Social Capital Partners.
Levo’s birth came from a very personal experience while working at McKinsey & Company. How are you supposed to figure out how to achieve your full potential? Where do you go to navigate your career? What if you don’t have a mentor? What if you start letting self-doubt creep in?
At Levo, Caroline has directed product innovation, spearheaded the Office Hours virtual mentorship with marquis influencers from Warren Buffett to Kevin Spacey, and launched Levo’s nationwide Equal Pay and Levo 100 campaigns, among other accomplishments.
Caroline, 29, was named by Fast Company as one of the 100 Most Creative People in business, and by Mashable as a founder every entrepreneur should know. She is a member of the World Economic Forum Global Shapers program and has spoken at prestigious conferences including the World Economic Forum, Bloomberg’s The Next Big Thing Summit, and LeWeb. Ghosn graduated with honors from Stanford University.