Jacqueline Reses Wikipedia

As of 17 December 2021 she still owns at least 21,170 units of ContextLogic stock. She was most recently the head of Square Capital, the financial service company’s short-term loan service for small businesses, from 2015 to 2020. Kathryn A. Hall, CEO and co-chief investment officer, Hall Capital Partners, LLC, San Francisco, CA.

She sits on the advisory board of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco and the Board of Directors of the Wharton School. She previously served on the Investment Committees for the endowments of both The Peddie School and The Brearley School. She has additionally been on the boards of numerous non-profit institutions such as Baby Buggy, City Meals and Springboard Enterprises.

Ms Reses owns over 7,351 units of ContextLogic stock worth over $15,031 and over the last 6 years she sold WISH stock worth over $29,697,558. Insider trading reports currently display records dating back to 2015 with a maximum of 200 of the latest reports. Full transactions back to 1995 are available by reviewing the documents filed. Jackie was named one of Crain’s New York Business’ “Most Influential Women,” and was one of Dealmaker magazine’s “Dealmakers of the Year.” She has a patent pending for “Systems and Methods for Equitably Determining Employee Compensation”.

Wish assumes no obligation to, and does not currently intend to, update any such forward-looking statements after the date of this release. Reses served on the Board of Trustees and Investment Committee for Peddie School and the Investment Committee for Brearley School in New York. She has also served on the boards of Good+Foundation , Citymeals-on-Wheels, and Springboard Enterprises, a non-profit networking platform for businesswomen. In 2012, Reses joined Yahoo! as Executive Vice President of people and development, leading hiring and HR for the company. That same year, she was appointed to the board of directors of the Alibaba Group, where she helped lead Alibaba’s IPO in September 2014.

From September 2012 to October 2015, Ms. Reses served as Chief Development Officer of Yahoo! Inc., a technology company. Prior to Yahoo, Ms. Reses served as the head of the U.S. media group at Apax Partners Worldwide LLP, a private equity firm, which she joined in 2001. Ms. Reses also spent seven years at Goldman Sachs in mergers and acquisitions and the principal investment area. Ms. Reses is currently on the board of directors of Pershing Square Tontine Holdings, Ltd. and Social Capital Hedosophia III and Social Capital Hedosophia.

She previously served on the board of directors of Alibaba Group Holdings Limited, and Social Capital Hedosophia Holdings Corp. Ms. Reses is also the Chair of the Economic Advisory Council of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco and sits on the Wharton School Board of Advisors and the Board of Directors of National Public Radio . Ms. Reses received a bachelor’s degree in economics with honors from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Throughout her more than 25-year career, Ms. Reses has helped technology, ecommerce and high growth start-ups launch new products, markets and revenue streams.

She serves on the board of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco and is the CEO of Post House Capital, a private investment firm. Betsy Berkhemer-Credaire, CEO of the nonprofit 50/50 Women on Boards organization, hailed Endeavor’s addition of Reses to its board but said the gender parity effort still has a long way to go. “50/50 Women on Boards is committed to seeing half vrundaz of all board seats held by women and at least 20% of all board seats held by women of color. Based on our research, we know diversity, equity and inclusion are more evident in the workforce and on boards when a woman is CEO. However, only 5% of companies on the Russell 3000 Index have women CEOs, and only 6% of corporations have gender-balanced boards,” she told TheWrap.

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