Kathryn Minshew Height, Weight, Age, Husband, Family, Biography, & More
Bio/Wiki Real NameKathryn Minshew Profession(s)Entrepreneur, Author, Writer, Public Speaker Famous AsThe CEO and Co-Founder of The Muse Physical Stats & More Height (approx.)in centimeters- 168 cm in meters- 1.68 m in feet inches- 5’ 6” Weight (approx.)in kilograms- 55 kg in pounds- 120 lbs Figure Measurements (approx.)32-30-34 Eye ColourMoss Green Hair ColourLight Ash Blonde Personal Life Date of Birth30 October 1985 Age (as in 2017) 32 Years BirthplaceNew Jersey, USA Zodiac sign/Sun signScorpio NationalityAmerican SchoolThomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology College/UniversityDuke University ReligionNot Known Food HabitNon-Vegetarian HobbiesTraveling, Reading, Cooking Awards, Honors, Achievements2016: Marie Claire’s The New Guard: America’s 50 Most Influential Women 2016: SmartCEO Future 50, Vistage Leadership Legacy Award 2016: Deloitte Technology Fast 500 2016: EY Entrepreneur Of The Year Finalist 2014: New York Business Journal, Women of Influence 2013: Business Insider's 30 Most Important Women Under 30 in Tech 2012: L'Oreal Women in Digital Winner 2012: Business Insider Silicon Alley 100 2012: Mashable 41 Female Founders to Watch Boys, Affairs and More Marital StatusMarried Marriage DateJuly 11, 2016 Family Husband/SpouseJeremy Johnson (Co-Founder and CEO of Andela)
Some Lesser Known Facts About Kathryn Minshew
Does Kathryn Minshew smoke?: Not known
Does Kathryn Minshew drink alcohol?: Yes
She worked as a management consultant at McKinsey.
She worked on vaccine introduction in Rwanda and Malawi with the Clinton Health Access Initiative till 2010.
She co-founded Pretty Young Professionals, a networking site for young professional women.
She co-founded “The Muse” (previously called The Daily Muse) with Alexandra Cavoulacos and Melissa McCreery in 2011. It is a career and job hunting platform helping over 5 million professionals worldwide and helps over 700 companies to hire talent and grow their employer brand.
She started with less than $3,000 and a small team of writers and editors, “The Muse” now has over one million monthly users.
Despite the hurdles she faced while making her company in this male-dominated society, she has grown her company into a professional-development empire that has raised $28 million in funding and draws over 50 million users each year.
She travels a lot. She told in an interview that, “I’m an adventurous traveler — 60 countries and counting”.
She is the author of the book “The New Rules of Work,” which was published by Crown Business / Penguin Random House in April 2017 and it became a Wall Street Journal National Bestseller.
She has also spoken at MIT and Harvard, appeared on The “TODAY” Show and CNN, and contributes on career and entrepreneurship to the Wall Street Journal and Harvard Business Review.
She has been featured in publications including Wired, Forbes, Inc., Huffington Post, Teen Vogue, and Stylecaster.
She has been named to Forbes’ 30 Under 30 in Media and Inc.’s 15 Women to Watch in Tech in 2011 and 2012.