Two years ago, Gwyneth Paltrow hired the former CEO of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, Lisa Gersh, to be the CEO of her e-commerce and content platform Goop. The New York Post reports that Gersh is leaving her role to become a strategic advisor. A new CEO has not yet been announced.
Yesterday, we reported that Goop had just landed a Series B round of $10 million and would be moving the company’s operations to Los Angeles.
Here’s a Fast Company exclusive video of Paltrow and Gersh explaining how they created the Goop brand.