The 40 Women To Watch Over 40 list celebrates women who are upending the perception
that 40 is past your prime. They are reinventing, leaning in, and creating momentum that will be felt by those beyond their community and field of work.

Forty Women to Watch over 40 was created by Christina Vuleta and Whitney Johnson to bring awareness to the reality that innovation gets even better with age.

Christina, creator of 40:20 Vision, a cross-generational mentoring platform and Whitney, speaker, investor and author of Dare, Dream, Do, both share the conviction that women in their forties and onwards reach new levels of creativity, clarity and confidence.

This list will give a voice to these women who have more in front of them than they have behind them.

Christina_lgChristina Vuleta
Christina Vuleta is a strategic marketing expert who thrives at the intersection of what consumers care about and where the world is going. Four years ago, Christina was inspired to apply her expertise in millennial, Gen X and boomer insights to building a resource for cross-generational knowledge exchange. Her 40:20 Vision community, 7×7 Mentoring Salons and list of 40 Women To Watch Over 40 have attracted leaders from media, technology, business and arts, and coverage in Forbes, Fast Company and more. She began her career at Saatchi & Saatchi Advertising and went on to work at Faith Popcorn’s Brain Reserve, Kirshenbaum Bond Senacal and Partners and The Futures Company. She has also taught at General Assembly and spoken at SXSW Interactive and Social Media Week.
Whitney_lgWhitney Johnson
Whitney Johnson is the leading thinker on driving corporation innovation through personal disruption. She formerly co-founded Rose Park Advisors, a boutique investment firm with Clayton Christensen, and was an Institutional Investor-ranked analyst for eight consecutive years, including at Merrill Lynch.  She is a frequent contributor to the Harvard Business Review, and the author of the forthcoming Disrupt Yourself: Putting the Power of Disruptive Innovation to Work. She was named a Future Thinker Finalist by Management Thinkers50 in 2013, and one of Fortune’s 55 Most Influential Women on Twitter in 2014.


MollyMolly Ford
Molly Ford is the Head of Brand Marketing at Venmo, an industry speaker, and a popular blogger. Over the course of her career, Molly has worked in a variety of industries providing partnership, social media, and email strategy for web properties in both the B2B and B2C space, in a variety of industries including e-commerce and subscription-based publications. Molly also teaches classes at General Assembly on readership growth and web monetization strategies.
catherinesaulCatherine Saul
Catherine Saul is a strategy and management consultant specializing in reinventing and growing retail and consumer businesses. She has held executive roles in both strategy and operations in large retail and CPG companies. Catherine is based in Canada and has worked and studied internationally. She is also a 40-plus mentor.
stephanieflorenceStephanie Florence
Stephanie Florence works in Consumer Marketing and Social Strategy at Edelman New York. She contributes to the 40:20 Vision as the Millennial editor and serves on the Junior Board for non-profit She’s the First, which sponsors education for girls in low-income countries so they can be the first in their families to graduate from high school.