Gina Bianchini is the founder and CEO of Mightybell, a new social platform for people who favor actions over words. Mightybell provides a simple way for creators and instigators to define and share with others an organized series of step-by-step, day-by-day actions grouped together as "experiences" that can be completed by anyone in the world.
In 2004, Gina Bianchini founded Ning, the first (and largest) social platform for the world's organizers, activists, and influencers to create unique, highly flexible social networks in 30 seconds for free. She led Ning as CEO from its inception to March 2010 as an exponentially growing top 100 global website and, during her tenure, one of the most valuable start-ups in Silicon Valley with 300,000 monthly active Ning Networks, 46 million registered users and 90 million visitors a month, adding 1 million new registered users every 14 days.
She has been featured in Fast Company, Vanity Fair, Fortune Magazine's “40 under 40,” Huffington Post's 10 technology "Ultimate Game Changers," and San Francisco's 7x7 magazine's "Hot 20" list, as well as Wired, The New York Times, Forbes, and The Wall Street Journal. She has also appeared on Charlie Rose, CNBC, and CNN.