Gloria V. Rabinowitz
President and CEO, GCM Group LLC
Gloria V. Rabinowitz is Director of the Enterprise Management Consulting Practice, The Fox School, Temple University. She is also the founder the GCM Group LLC, a technology development, strategy, and marketing company.
Before founding the GCM Group, Ms. Rabinowitz worked for the DuPont Company holding executive level positions across DuPont Strategic Business units in the life sciences and fluoropolymer (TEFLON®) businesses for over twenty-two years.
She is Managing Director, Golden Seeds Philadelphia Forum. Golden Seeds (www.goldenseeds.com) is a women-friendly angel investor group providing early stage and growth capital to women entrepreneurs across all sectors. She has judged business plans for The Wharton School’s Business Plan Contest; Temple University’s Innovation & Entrepreneurship Institute; and for the French Government’s Cross Innovovation Business Plan Competition in Nice, France.
Her professional and community involvement has included: President, Wharton Alumni Club of Philadelphia; She was recently elected to the Trustees Council of Penn Women, November, 2009; Board of Directors and Mentoring Program Chair, The Forum of Executive Women; Treasurer and Board of Directors, The Walden School, Delaware County, PA; She has served on Advisory Boards for Temple University’s International MBA and MBA Programs; MidAtlantic Diamond Ventures of the Innovation & Entrepreneurship Institute; WIN (Women Inventing Next) Advisory Board, and PhillyStartUpLeaders; Ms. Rabinowitz is a Founder of the Women’s MBA Network of Philadelphia.
Ms. Rabinowitz has her undergraduate degree from Temple University, her MBA in Finance from The Wharton School of The University of Pennsylvania and her Masters in Information Science from The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.
She is married and lives in Wallingford, PA with her husband.
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