Meridith Dennes, Co-Founder & CEO
Meridith Dennes is a co-founder and the CEO of Project Eve LLC, a leading women’s lifestyle media company online including some of the web’s best loved communities including the eponymous Project Eve, Getting Balance, Project Eve Moms, Project Eve Money and Scary Puppy Silly Kitty. With a digital readership in excess of 20+ million monthly uniques, and over 1 million social media followers, Project Eve provides the news and resources to inspire and empower women. Meridith also works as a digital consultant and social media strategist and has worked with several Fortune 500 companies to help increase brand awareness and improve social media engagement.
Meridith holds a BA from Northwestern University and an MBA from NYU’s Stern School of Business. Prior to founding Project Eve, she spent 15 years working in investment banking. Meridith currently lives in Vermont with her husband and 2 daughters and spends her free time teaching skiing, practicing yoga, hiking and snowshoeing.
Kim Oksenberg, Co-Founder & COO
Kim is a Co-Founder and COO of Project Eve LLC. Prior to Project Eve, Kim spent over 15 years working in various aspects of the financial services industry. Most recently she worked for nine years researching and investing in hedge funds for a multi-billion dollar division of the Bank of New York Mellon. Prior to that she worked at a fund of funds start-up and in sell-side research at Bear Stearns and Morgan Stanley. She began her career in financial services in sales and trading. Kim has a BA with honors in Political Science from the University of Vermont and an MBA from NYU’s Stern School of Business. Kim brings to Project Eve her analytical and methodical nature and extensive career researching and investing in both public and private companies. Originally from the Midwest, Kim makes her home in San Francisco with her husband, David and son, Andrew. She is also on board with moving her whole family to a ski resort although her husband is an avid fly-fisherman and they may be more “a river runs through it”.