The Women Leaders Behind Millennial Ventures
Millennial Ventures prides itself on fostering growth and leadership. With Dr. Brandi at the helm as CEO and Founder, there is also no shortage of strong women leaders who provide their wisdom and expertise, as well as their guidance to set a robust growth environment and a thriving community of leaders.
Let’s meet three of the women leaders who are part of our advisory board:
J. Lindsay Johnston, J.D. - J. Lindsay Johnston is the President of The Power of Professional Women, a professional membership association focused on the development of the next generation leaders through education, mentoring and purposeful connections.
Lindsay is also one of the founders of United Way’s Women United, she was also the Executive Advisor and Board member of Women in Cable and Telecommunications Philadelphia Chapter while at Comcast and SCTE and has an extensive background as a general counsel and an HR executive in several industries.
Karima Woods, M.B.A. - Karima M. Woods is the Commissioner for the District of Columbia Department of Insurance, Securities and Banking. Karima is responsible for cultivating a regulatory environment that protects consumers and attracts and retains financial services firms to the District, empowering and educating residents on financial matters and providing financing for small businesses. Since beginning at DISB, she has focused on developing and implementing DISB’s response to COVID-19 while focusing on cultivating the strengths of the agency.
Krista Kondravy, CPDC - Krista Kondravy is the Vice President of Retail Operations for buybuy Baby and was the Regional VP for Starbucks in the Nor/Northwest US. Krista is also the Treasurer for Junior League of Wilmington, DE and part of the Finance Committee for Delaware Fund for Women. Krista is also highly skilled at innovative problem solving, championing change and developing talent in high-growth, industry leading organizations. Excels at visionary leadership and strategic agility. Passionate about building critical organizational capabilities, and connecting people, systems, and processes to exceed goals.
These amazing women are truly an inspiration in excellence, leadership and selfless drive for the attainment of goals for the betterment of the community that we can look up to and strive to become.