Caroline Ghosn is the Co-Founder and CEO of Levo, a company that’s using technology to mentor and arm its members with the tools needed to build excellence – to develop their talent, make connections, and learn from each other. Launched in 2012 with offices in New York and San Francisco, Levo has become the largest and fastest-growing Gen Y movement in the workplace. Ghosn has raised more than $8 million from individual angel investors, including Sheryl Sandberg, Fran Hauser, Susan Lyne, and Gina Bianchini.
Caroline and Co-Founder Amanda Pouchot hatched the concept of Levo while working at McKinsey & Company, where they were inspired by their personal experiences to provide young professionals with the tools necessary for personal and professional success. At Levo, Caroline has spearheaded the Office Hours virtual mentorship chats with influencers Moira Forbes, Kathy Calvin and Warren Buffett, amongst others.
Caroline was named by Fast Company as one of the most creative people in business, and by Mashable as a female founder every entrepreneur should know. She has spoken at prestigious conferences, including the World Economic Forum 2014, Bloomberg’s The Next Big Thing Summit, and LeWeb. Ghosn graduated with Honors from Stanford University with a B.A. in International Political Economy and Economics.