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After all, she’s tall and slender, with long, flowing blonde hair and a pearly white smile that can light up a room.

But Wood says her looks also comes with a drawback: People either assume she had been successful at Google and as an MBA at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business because she’s attractive, or they assume she can’t possibly be as smart as she is beautiful.

The first time, we met for coffee (although, ironically, neither of us drink coffee) and chatted for a few hours.

He called me the next day to ask me out for Valentine’s Day.

‘FEMALE BEAUTY IS A STIGMA THAT HAS TO CHANGE’ The idea for her venture really began to click in the MBA program at Stanford.

Wood got into the most selective MBA program in the world after a four-year stint at Google where she grew and managed 0 million in business as a strategic account manager.

“I have had amazing support from my professors and friends.

My male friends think this is amazing and that I should change the audience to target men.” TAKING A GSB CLASS CO-TAUGHT BY SUPERMODEL TYRA BANKS WAS INSPIRING But ultimately it’s young women not unlike herself who she is hoping to reach with Brains Over Blonde. My capabilities were underestimated or credited to other things like my looks and I thought that was very unfair. “Even in business school we touched on the characteristics that make up a good leader. I tried on these characteristics and they didn’t always fit.

I was fed up with the LA dating scene and thought to myself, what do I have to lose?!

“Attractiveness is a double-edged sword,” Wood believes. I learned that I am a much better leader when I am myself.

I don’t think women should have to adapt to societal definitions of leadership or success.” Wood began formulating the idea for what she wanted to do in January and February and then started building the site toward the end of April and early May.

It helped that she got to take a novel spring elective course co-taught at Stanford by supermodel Tyra Banks and GSB professor Allison Kluger.

Entitled “Project You: Building & Extending Your Personal Brand,” the course was both inspirational and reaffirming.

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