Christine Day is the CEO of health-focused frozen food company Luvo. After Day took the reins to the Vancouver-based company in early 2014, Luvo's sales doubled, in part due to brand ambassadors like Russell Wilson and Derek Jeter and a deal to provide meals on Delta flights. No stranger to financial turnarounds, Day was previously the CEO of athletic wear cult brand Lululemon, whose profits she grew substantially during her four-year tenure. She also reversed falling sales at Starbucks's Asia Pacific Group. Originally hired by Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz in 1986, Day worked for the company for more than 20 years.