Leadership: Anna Robinson (CEO)
Leadership: Nicole Tanzillo (COO)
Headquarters: Austin, Texas
Initial Investment Date: 2022
Community Served: Workforce
The edtech platform gives early- and mid-career professionals the tools they need to grow into leadership positions.
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In 1979, Margaret Thatcher was elected as Britain’s first female prime minister. At the time, newspapers screamed it was a sign the glass ceiling had been shattered, Ceresa CEO Anna Robinson said. But more than 40 years later, just 37 women lead Fortune 500 companies, which still represents the greatest number in the magazine’s 65-year history.