Kathy Wolfe, Chief Executive Officer
A consummate business woman and visionary lesbian entrepreneur, Kathy Wolfe is best known as the founder and CEO of Wolfe, a company she established in 1985 to serve the needs of lesbian and gay audiences looking for films that spoke to their own lives. Wolfe has grown to include Wolfe Video, Wolfe Releasing and WolfeOnDemand.com and Kathy continues to pursue her vision of serving audiences across the globe.
As CEO of Lesbian.com Kathy continues her commitment to empowering the lesbian community and creating the best possible online experience for lesbians everywhere.
Kathy has been honored for her work by many organizations over the years. She was recognized by the National Organization for Women as a recipient of its “Excellence in Media Award,” by Forbes Magazine as an “Up and Comer,” and by The Advocate as a “Hollywood Star Player.” Additional honors include: San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival with the “Frameline Award,” the Philadelphia Cinema Alliance’s “Barbara Gittings Award” and the National Center for Lesbian Rights “Community Partner Award.” In her spare time, Kathy is an avid restorer of historic buildings, an adventurous traveler and a collector of vintage travel trailers.
Shannon Wentworth, Chief Techonology Officer
Lesbian.com fulfills Shannon’s lifelong dream of having “@lesbian.com” after her name as well as her goal of empowering and connecting lesbians all over the world.
In addition to her current role as CEO and founding partner of the lesbian travel company Sweet, Shannon has worked in senior management roles at Care2, Olivia and PlanetOut. She has consulted with a wide variety of companies including dot429, See Jane Run, Current Motor Company, Anheuser-Busch, USMP and the Game Show Network. She also serves on the board of the San Francisco LGBT Center.
Recently, Shannon was named one of the “Advocate Magazine’s 40 under 40″, Go Mag‘s “Women We Love,” International Gay and Lesbian Travel Association‘s Travel Innovator of 2010 and 7 LBGT Locals Who Give San Francisco Its Good Gay Name, 7×7 Magazine.