Larraine Segil is currently the Chair and CEO of the Exceptional Women Awardees Foundation, aimed at changing women’s lives through a proprietary, metrics-based mentoring program. The program selects mid-career women from multiple industries and provides mentorship, guidance, and career redesign advice to propel them to sustainable success, known as the Exceptional Women Awardees (EWA). Ms. Segil also runs a family-held, small urban farm company called the Little Farm Company and holds an adjunct professor position at Southwestern Law School and Pepperdine School of Law Straus Center for Conflict Resolution. She served on Frontier Communications’ board and presently holds board member positions at Kandela Inc. (Chairman), Vanir Construction Management (Audit and Nom), NACD Southern California section (Chair Nom/Gov), and APCO Worldwide.
Larraine’s previous accomplishments include Partner Emeritus and former owner and director of Vantage Partners LLC, member of UNICEF’s Tropical Diseases Special Advisory Group on Alliances (SAAG), global alliance educator for 30 years in the Americas, Europe, United Kingdom, China, and Singapore, and practiced immigration, litigation and corporate law as a licensed attorney.
Larraine holds a BA, BA Honors in Classics, Juris Doctorate from Southwestern School of Law, and an MBA degree from the Presidential Key Executive MBA program at Pepperdine Graziadio Business School.