Audrey Kelman – Who In June he resigned as CEO of the Women Only Club Wing Amid allegations that feminist networking has mistreated black and brown employees – Flu The Coop has publicly apologized to a group of former employees who have acknowledged that the organization is “continuing” to address the issues it seeks to resolve.
Kellman writes in the letter, Posted on Instagram, “Many felt they had sold out the wrong view and lost faith in us.” He admits, “The needs of the members came first, and those members were mostly white and wealthy, which was enough to pay the Wing’s membership arrears … which came at the expense of the staff, who suffered misconduct and harm from the members, and who felt insecure by management and ultimately insecure by me.” .We charge for an issue and at the same time fail to recognize that we continue to do so. “
Kelman, a member of Vogue, co-founded the New York Club in 2016 with Lauren Casson. It expanded speakers such as Hillary Clinton, Kirsten Gillibrand and Marion Williamson to locations in Los Angeles and London and found its own magazine, No Man’s Land. Kelman and Kazan have raised more than $ 100 million from investors, including Mindy Calling, Valerie Jared and Megan Robinho.
But in March, the New York Times reported that many employees had complained about unfair treatment, poor pay and racist incidents.The Wing is a feminist fantasy. If you do not work there.One worker said, “I felt small, insignificant, stupid. “
Kellman – replaced by COO Kazan and senior VPs Celestine Maddie and Ashley Peterson – admits in his letter, “I sought to measure personal financial success, status and the self-esteem associated with starting a business. Very well Unfortunately, this came at the expense of a stable and healthy culture. She also stepped off the board.
“Explorer. Devoted travel specialist. Web expert. Organizer. Social media geek. Coffee enthusiast. Extreme troublemaker. Food trailblazer. Total bacon buff.”