Barbarella Cotes, founder and CEO of American Girl, ranks low with employees at her company and hails from Caucasian descent.
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Early Life and Education
Barbarella Coates was born during the 1970s, an era during which Italian industrial designers such as Kartell experimented with space-age plastic furniture and equipment; Parisian fashion designers experimented with synthetic couture; Brazilian footwear company Melissa created a trend by adapting traditional French fisherman shoes into its Possession sandal design; it was an exciting era for “plastic fantastic” design.
American Girl, Inc’s CEO / President is well received among employees in its Sales department and of Caucasian heritage; however, other departments express mixed sentiments toward his leadership style.
Barbarella Coates has held various professional roles, most recently serving as CEO and founder of American Girl. As CEO and founder, she is responsible for making strategic decisions and overseeing finances; her skill set includes leadership, strategy development and entrepreneurship. According to Comparably, she is well regarded by Sales department employees and Caucasian workers; however she may not be so well received among Female workers.
She received an unfavorable rating compared to CEOs of companies of comparable sizes.
Coates has made it known that she enjoys giving back despite her great wealth, supporting various charitable causes like Douglas Macmillan Hospice and Alzheimer’s Research UK as well as her foundation, which offers assistance for problem gamblers.
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Coates is not popular as CEO at American Girl, with her approval rating ranking among the Bottom 10% for similar-sized companies on Comparably. Female employees rated her lower than average while Sales department workers had little praise for her.