In Partnership with Capital One Business
Disruption doesn't cause just a single change. It has the power to create a ripple effect that radiates outward and results in full-blown transformation. That ripple effect is something trailblazing self-made entrepreneurs Cindy Eckert and Laura Modi have seen, experienced, and epitomized in their career journeys. Eckert, now the CEO of The Pink Ceiling, previously sold two billion-dollar companies, including the first company to offer the FDA-approved “female Viagra.” Modi is a high-powered former executive at Airbnb and Google who left it all behind to start Bobbie, the only female-founded and mom-led organic infant formula company in the country. Hear both of their inspiring stories and what they've learned about disruption and perseverance.