Ursula Mead is the CEO and co-founder of InHerSight, an anonymous company ratings platform similar to Glassdoor but tailored specifically for women. At InHerSight.com, women have rated the female-friendliness of more than 100,000 companies in the US. Women get an inside look at how companies promote gender equality before they take the job, and they get matched to companies that have what they are looking for. In 2017, InHerSight was named to CNBC’s Upstart 25 list of top up-and-coming companies in the US. Prior to founding InHerSight, Ursula was the VP of Premium Membership at The Motley Fool where she helped the world invest better. Ursula managed The Motley Fool’s core membership business and led a team of tech, product, retention marketing, and customer service Fools. Ursula received her Bachelor of Arts from UNC-CH, where she was a Morehead-Cain scholar, and got her Masters in International Affairs from The Elliott School at George Washington University.