Hilary Schneider replaced Cofounder Josh Viner to become the Chief Executive Officer of Wag in January 2018. Wag CEO Schneider’s love for pets and her previous strong experience in Executive roles at different leading companies made her a perfect choice for the company. (For information such as the CEO’s age, net worth, and email address, keep reading this wiki)
Wag is an on-demand mobile app for pet owners that help them find dog walkers from their own communities 24X7. The walkers provide their services for 30 to 60 minutes. Today, the app caters to over 100 US cities.
The dog-walking company was founded by brothers Josh Viner and Jonathan Viner in 2015. After closing 300 million USD funding round with SoftBank, Josh gave them nearly 45% stake in it.
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Career & Education – Company, University, & College
Before she became the CEO of Wag, Hilary worked at an identity-theft security company, LifeLock, Inc. as its CEO and President from March 2016 to February 2017. She also was the Board of Director there. However, her first engagement with the company took place when she joined it as President in September 2012. Prior to that, she was at Yahoo as its Ex Vice President from September 2006 to April 2011 and at Knight Ridder from 2002 to 2006. She has also worked at Red Herring Communications from 2000 to 2002.
She is a board member and advisor to several reputed companies including Water.org, Texas Pacific Group, and Vail Resorts.
Hilary has done BA in Economics from Brown University and MBA from Harvard Business School.
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Schneider made her position among the list of 22 female CEOs in the Fortune 500 in 2016. A native of Arizona, she also came to be counted among the few women CEOs from her region, including Kimberly McWaters (Universal Technical Institute) and Sheryl Palmer (Taylor Morrison Home Corp.).
She believes that showing swagger is important for women aspiring to get top positions in the company. Schneider (age 62) possesses deep knowledge of publishing industry and is best known for her winning streaks.