Our hearts and minds are won over by places that know how to make us feel good. A boutique that always carries your favorite soft tees. A coffee shop whose baristas always remember how you like your lattes. A television show with characters that always make you laugh out loud.

We aim to support and promote women who are creating wonderful and beautiful things. We hope to offer a trusted destination that will give you a moment's rest and a bit of laughter in our constantly on-the-go, work-driven world.

Our dream is that every time you want to smile and add a little bit of delight to your day, you come to women.com. And when that smile carries over into the rest of your life and world, you share how good you feel with everyone around you. Pass it on.

Who we are


Susan Johnson

CEO and Founder

Formerly Facebook, Photobucket and Expedia. Mama of two incredible girls. Wife to a travel buff. Love black licorice and Swedish chocolate, together or apart. Working hard to leave this place better than I found it.


Andrew Werhane


Addicted to the fast pace start-up lifestyle. Can't wait to experiment with the latest frameworks and technologies. Always keeps one eye on the code and the other on the surf report.


Angie Andera

Brand Editor & Politics Writer

Angie is an avid writer with a background in journalism, marketing, and social media. She's an enthusiast of dresses with pockets, spicy vegan food, and red wine. When not writing for Women.com, she can be found walking up and down the aisles of Target, watching The Young Turks, and cuddling with her pet bunny.


Shannon Cabeen

Creative Director

Ever curious and passionate creative strategist for Women.com. Particularly passionate about visual storytelling, women's issues and celebrating office birthdays.


Emily Molloy

Ad Operations and Yield Manager

Emily is a native east-coaster who moved to Los Angeles in search of sunshine and tacos. When she's not binge watching Law & Order: SVU (for the 400th time) she can be found somewhere on a mountain and/or playing with strangers' dogs.


Juliette Eyl

Social Content Editor

Juliette is a Bay Area native with a thirst for creativity and a hunger for knowledge! When she's not listening to Drake or watching Broad City, she's out with friends exploring new places…or taking quizzes!


Marcin Depinski

Senior Software Engineer

Marcin has worked in various technical roles and believes elegant, simple solutions are usually best. Marcin is an avid snowboarder, golfer and a future dog owner.


Connie Liou

SEO Editor/Social Media Coordinator

Connie is a Taiwanese Ravenpuff with a background in science and is fueled by her love for media and pop culture. She is an Asian beauty skincare addict, Shiba Inu enthusiast, and always ready for her next challenge.


Sophie Matthews

Digital Editor

Sophie was born in D.C., but grew up overseas. She has been writing since she was 13 years-old, when she won an award for her critically acclaimed story titled, “Why My Sister Should Stay Out of My Closet.” It's not clear, but that story may have gotten her into the University of Southern California, where she majored in Communications. When Sophie isn't writing in the third person, she can be found watching Bravo - and that's basically it.


Katy Connelly

Social Content Editor

Katy calls Southern California home, but is always reppin' the Hoosier state. Her passion for people, marketing, and social media has allowed her to use her talents where she can effect positive social change. She has an undeniable love for the ocean, handwritten notes, Notre Dame Football, and her yellow labrador Millie.


Hope Schreiber

Head of Video

Hope Schreiber was raised on a mountain in New York and somehow found her way to LA. She is an expert in folklore, demonology, and can pronounce 'charcuterie.' Follow her on Twitter @HopeSchreiber.

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