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Sheila founded Care.com in 2006 and today, the public company is the world’s largest online care destination with more than 15.2 million members in 16 countries. Sheila's inspiration to found Care.com came from her challenges as a mother sandwiched at an early age between care for two small children and ailing parents. A frequent speaker on women in technology and female entrepreneurship and leadership, Sheila has presented alongside President Obama at the White House Summit on Working Families, with global political and business leaders at The World Economic Forum (WEF), to emerging female leaders at Harvard University, and CEOs at Northeastern University. For her advocacy and work on behalf of women and families, Sheila has been included as one of the "Top 10 Women Entrepreneurs" at Fortune's Most Powerful Women Summit and in Fortune Magazine, received the Harvard Business School Alumni Achievement Award, and was bestowed the Filipino Heritage Award from President Aquino of the Philippines. She is also a Henry Crown Fellow of the Aspen Institute, a Marshall Memorial Fellow, and Young Global Leader for WEF. Passionate about mission-driven businesses, Sheila was formerly with Upromise, helping families save for college, and later with executive search engine, TheLadders.com. Subsequently, she was an Entrepreneur in Residence at Matrix Partners where she developed the plan for Care.com. She is a 2012 Henry Crown Fellow of the Aspen Institute and a member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network.