Dallas, Texas, December 6, 2017 – Women That Soar, LLC, a Dallas-based Media Company named Olden Lee as Chairman of its Executive Board. Mr. Lee is a former PepsiCo Inc., Executive and Starbucks Board Director. Lee is Founder and Principal of Lee Management Consulting firm. In his role with WTS, he will oversee the board, as well as, strategy and structure for helping build WTS' global brand.

"I want to thank Mr. Lee for accepting the role and position as Chairman of our board. His corporate expertise, leadership, and resources will further our initiative to become the global brand for women's empowerment." Gina Grant, WTS’ Founder and CEO. ‎

"WTS is fortunate to have Olden as board chair. He brings a wealth of experience and valued perspective that line up with our mission. His corporate skill set and knowledge will ensure WTS' success and help us continue to leverage the work underway; I'm excited to welcome him to our team.” Reuben Cannon, WTS' Executive Producer.‎

The media company will continue to produce its signature "Women That Soar," Awards, scheduled to air in over ten markets March 2018. In addition, WTS will continue to produce year- round inspiring and empowering content and events for women.‎

Described as ‘an energy source, a fountain of ideas and an iron woman’. Nashwa Al Ruwaini has been known to cause a stir wherever and with whatever she is involved. She bacame a household name in the Middle East when her talk show ‘Nashwa’ was launched in 2006, since then the “Oprah of the Arab world” has made her mark as a TV personality and producer. Cairo Born Nashwa started her career on Qatari radio before becoming the youngest Arab woman on TV while working for Qatar TV. In 1998 after time in London and Cairo, Nashwa established her own production company Pyramedia in the UAE. Pyramedia is today one of the largest of it’s kind in the region, producing popular TV shows such as Million’s Poet.

Currently CEO and Board Member of Pyramedia Productions, CEO of Delma Medical Centre and Spa, Member of the International Academy of TV Arts and Sciences, CEO of the Nashwa Charity Foundation and Co-Founder and Board Member of the Abu Dhabi Film Festival. She was selected as one of the 100 Most Powerful Arab Women in 2011, 2012, 2013,2014 and 2015 – CEO Middle East Magazine and Laha Magazine, 500 Most Powerful Arab People of 2012, 2013 and 2014 – Arabian Business, Most Powerful Women to Watch 2012 – Forbes Magazine, Top 50 Most Powerful Business Women in the Middle East 2005, 2008 and 2014 – Forbes Magazine and she received a GR8 Women Award in 2012.

Vincent (Vince) Pradia, has over 40 years in WW Electronic Manufacturing business and leadership, holding executive positions within several fortune 500 companies managing upwards of $20B in responsibility, with over 2K indirect WW employees, with direct leadership impact to the companies P&L, such as Flextronics, now known as Flex, Digital Equipment, now HP, Maxtor and his last manufacturing opportunity was with Asteelflash, Group, which also is his most recent decision to semi-retire last year, as their WW Corp. Executive Vice President of Supply Chain Management and Operations based in France.

Though Vince is highly respected in his field of manufacturing world-wide and has had a successful tenure, as well he has a strong international entrepreneurial spirit owning over the years a few privately held companies he created and sold. In 2015, he started another privately held, self-funded corporation, as CEO, of Pradia Collaborative Solutions, Corp. (PCS), with a key focus of lending his expertise / solutions and that of colleagues he has known for years world-wide, that are equally experts in their fields to the disadvantage population in our world today.

He went one step further that he calls his “give back” to a population (elderly, blind and disabled) that at times are forgotten of their contributions to our society as they have taken on age or disabilities that makes them less productive through no fault of their own. For Vince, they made many sacrifices that yielded him the successes he speaks of today. Though many countries cherish their elderly, in the US he feels we have much to do, hence he founded and developed (working with states and private sectors) inside PCS, Corp. dba Pradia Home Health Care Solutions (PHHCS), aiding in the much-needed IN-HOME care solutions for our (state paid and private pay) elderly, blind and disabled with solutions for maintaining their independence in their home, with quality of life! Vince had given back already prior to starting PHHCS by serving over 20 years of military active / reserve duty in the United States Air Force, as a Captain in the Medical Corp. of Hospital Administration. Vince holds a BS degree in Business Administration from Regis University, with a minor in Sociology.