Exclusive interview with Clea O'hana
I am the CEO of Wishi and Head up the strategy, business development and fund raising.
Meet WISHI: your premium online styling destination.
Based on your personal style preferences, Wishi will digitally connect you with personal stylists and/or shoppers who share your style personality. Our stylists will then create a personalise mood board curated to your needs, suggest handpicked items for purchase (from H&M to NET-A-PORTER and everything in between), and can even show you new ways to wear the items that are already in your closet.
Are you in? Let's get styling!
Name: Clea O'Hana
Occupation: CEO of Wishi
Currently In: New York
Favorite Book: The hard things about the hard things
Favorite Movie: La vie est belle
Favorite Song to Dance to: I wanna dance with somebody
Favorite City: Los Angeles
Q1: If your business/career could speak, what would it say?
Motivated, innovating, life changing
Q2: How do you balance your professional and personal life?
I try to find a healthier balance but being so ambitious and wanting to keep making Wishi better. I actually feel better when I am working than when I am not.
Q3: What is one boss move you have made throughout your career that you are most proud of?
To have partnered with the best people for Wishi from investors, to partners to my team
UP CLOSE + PERSONAL
Q1: How do you relate to Ronny Kobo as a woman and how does the brand speak to you?
The brand feels sexy and liberated kind of like Ronny. I relate to her because she is a dedicated boss women, loves her family and friends and has a deep passion for fashion.
Q2: Where is your favorite spot to step out with your girls?
Anywhere with my girls can be fun and turn into a 1am dinner. Itʼs who you are with that matters the most.
Q3: How do you define sexy?
Showing your assets by revealing enough but not Too much to still be intriguing. What is one thing you are insecure about, and how do you work to overcome it? My day to day outside of work - I try to balance my husband, my friends and my family but I feel its not good enough.
Q4: What is one thing you are insecure about, and how do you work to overcome it?
My da to day outside of work - I try to balance my husband, my friends and my family but I feel its not good enough.
Q5: In a sisterhood, what is the one thing you find most important to maintain a healthy and string relationship?
Loyalty and reliability - all my girlfriends are super solid and reliable and wold never dishonor his nor betray me.