Anybody who’s ever owned a dog or cat knows how important it is to take care of them, but it’s just as crucial that you care for their physical and emotional needs during the day while you’re at work or school. This was the insight that Heidi Ganahl had in 2003 when she started Camp Bow Wow, which has since become one of the most popular pet care franchises in the world. Heidi Ganahl: Biography of an American Businesswoman
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Heidi Elizabeth Ganahl is an American businesswoman, entrepreneur, author, and elected member of the University of Colorado Board of Regents. She is best known as CEO and founder of Camp Bow Wow, a global network that provides overnight care for dogs. In November 2016 she was elected Regent of Colorado on a Democratic Party ticket. Heidi Ganahl: Biography of an American Businesswoman
Heidi G. Ganahl is an American businesswoman, entrepreneur, author, and elected member of the University of Colorado Board of Regents. She is most widely known as being one of Camp Bow Wow’s three co-founders. In November 2016 she was elected Regent…
In 2002, Heidi married New York entrepreneur and former CEO of Health Solutions Worldwide, Nick Ganahl. The couple had two children, but subsequently divorced in 2007. In 2010, she married former AutoNation president Peter E. Brown. She and her husband are currently based in Aspen, Colorado with their four pets (two Labradors and two cats). Her three grown children from her first marriage also reside in Aspen.
The Inspiring Journey of a Serial Entrepreneur Camp Bow Wow founder and CEO Heidi Ganahl is an American businesswoman, entrepreneur, author, and elected member of the University of Colorado Board of Regents. She is best known for founding Camp Bow Wow International in 1999. In 2015, Crain’s Cleveland Business recognized her as one of Cleveland’s 50 Most Influential Women.
Physical info Heidi is 57 years old, she was born on January 14th, 1960 in Hartford, Connecticut. The pet care franchise mogul stands at 5’3 and has a median weight for her height of 135 lbs. She graduated from San Jose State University with a Bachelors Degree in English Literature.
Heidi Ganahl is an American businesswoman, entrepreneur, author, and elected member of the University of Colorado Board of Regents. She is a University of Colorado graduate, who founded Camp Bow Wow in 2001. With 175 locations nationwide and 10 locations overseas Camp Bow Wow was sold to The Wittington Group in 2013 for $100 million.
In 2012, Ganahl was recognized by Fast Company as one of their Most Creative People in Business and later that year she was named Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year. In 2013, she was named to Inc.
$200 million Heidi A. Ganahl (born March 13, 1976) is an American businesswoman, entrepreneur, author and University of Colorado Board of Regents elected member. She is best known as founder and former CEO of Camp Bow Wow.
The daughter of a physician and a stay-at-home mom, Ganahl was born in Green Bay, Wisconsin. In her youth she moved several times due to her father’s medical residency placements. She earned her undergraduate degree from University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign and later attended Harvard Business School where she earned her MBA. During school, she landed a job as an investment analyst with J.P. Morgan Chase & Co..
Heidi Ganahl was born in Boulder, Colorado and grew up with two brothers and a sister. Her father was a lawyer and her mother worked as a stay-at-home mom. She went to high school at the prestigious Marriot School, where she graduated at age 16. While in high school, she ran track and played basketball, earning all-state honors for both sports.
Heidi Ganahl had to take an unorthodox path to becoming a successful business woman. She was fired from every job she had while in college, including one at McDonald’s where she asked her boss for a raise after working there for six months.
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Heidi Ganahl was born and raised in Winter Park, Colorado. She attended St. Mary’s Academy, a Catholic all-girls high school, and continued on to earn her bachelor’s degree from Colorado State University. She then pursued her master’s degree in finance at Regis University while working full-time as a managing director for Western Asset Management Company’s fixed income division, where she learned valuable life lessons about business in addition to proper financial management.