Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer
Jill Koziol is the co-founder and CEO of Motherly, a well-being destination empowering mothers to thrive with expert content, innovative product solutions and supportive community. She is also the co-author of “The Motherly Guide to Becoming Mama: Redefining the Pregnancy, Birth, and Postpartum Journey” and “This Is Motherhood: A Motherly Collection of Reflections and Practices.” Jill is passionate about serving and empowering women and mothers because when mamas are successful, everyone wins. She is an advocate for families, female founders, and how to thrive with multiple sclerosis. Jill lives in Park City, Utah, with her husband and two daughters.
Why We Chose Her:
Motherly is an active online guide and gathering place for millennial mothers that offers a popular weekly email newsletter that “empowers women in four areas: Work, Life, Love, and Child.” What makes this company and its CEOs so special is that their entire reason for being, for how they do business and why they are growing by leaps and bounds is a genuine caring for women who were being patronized, marginalized or just plain not recognized because they didn’t fit into the societal image of mothers.
Instead of trying to get views and visitors by frightening or sensational stories aimed at scaring or agitating like many other “mommy” sites, they offer uplifting articles and videos and online classes, including a free, personalized birth class, and newsletters “that guide and inspire women through the journey of motherhood.”
It might seem incredible that these women aren’t just trying to sell something. They came out of the gate trying to serve their audience. “This woman is looking for an entirely different support system, one that’s authentic, supportive, nonjudgmental, inspiring, and modern. We believe she sees possibility and she sees motherhood as aspirational.”
Tenure at Current Position
|Motherly||April 2015 - Present||Co-Founder of HoneyBee Child|
|Georgetown University, M.A. in Security Studies; Townsend University, B.A. in Political Science and Economics|