Entrepreneur and investor Gemma Godfrey is a CEO of Moola. That’s an innovative mobile application that has (among other things) the aim to become the best app for stock trading for beginners and amateurs. According to it’s creators, Moola should help you grow your money and take control of your savings and investments at the same time. Godfrey has an estimated net worth of $3.5 million and we also know who’s the husband of this beautiful businesswoman.
She married film producer Wayne Marc Godfrey in 2010. In her free time, she enjoys yoga and spending time with her family. In 2017, Godfrey joined the cast of reality TV show The New Celebrity Apprentice. She’ll be one of several business advisers on this series who will train contestants in various skills and her pretty impressive resume makes her perfect for the job.
Gemma has a college degree in Quantum Physics from University of Leeds where she graduated in 2004. But during her studies, Godfrey already focused on investing as well. She gained an internship at Goldman Sachs, well respected investment banking company. Later, she worked as a fund manager at GAM. Currently, Godfrey is a board member at California Lutheran University and money expert for several stations, such as BBC and Sky News.
In 2015, Gemma decided that among all stock trading apps there is still place for a low-cost and easy-to-use one and started Moola. Traditional online brokers face tough competition with this new type of mobile applications. Moola has an ambition to be a leading investment instrument for those who know little and don’t have large sums to invest.