The Top 20 Female CEOs of Vacation Rental Tech Companies
Part of our mission at VRTECH is to support female founders in the vacation rentals industry and help close the gender gap in leadership.
Our industry may be dominated by men in terms of numbers, but there are lots of brilliant women in leadership positions that are changing the landscape.
So in celebration of this ever-growing powerful tribe of women who are moving the vacation rental tech forwards, we’ve compiled a list of some of the top female CEOs in the industry.
This collection of innovators and entrepreneurs runs some of the world’s biggest vacation rental tech companies and most promising startups, but most importantly, they’re propelling the kind of future we want to be a part of.
If you think we have missed out any other female vacation rental tech CEO and could have included them on this list, please let us know. We are committed to supporting initiatives that highlight the role of women and would love to know of more female leaders in the vacation rental tech sphere.
Without further adieu, here is the list of the Top 20 Female CEOs (in no particular order) that are redefining the future of the vacation rental tech industry:
1. Rocio Lane, CEO at Cleancio
“When our staff feels respected, valued, and receives recognition for their hard work, they happily go the extra mile. This has been our secret sauce to deliver a consistent and quality service.“
Rocio Lane is the founder and CEO of Cleancio, an on-demand vacation rental cleaning and schedule automation software company. Cleancio was awarded the Women’s Business Enterprise certification and included on The Skift’s Travel Startup Watch List.
Lane founded Cleancio to provide easy to use technology and quality cleaning services. However, that wasn’t her only goal—she also wanted to recognize and empower the workers in the cleaning industry. Now, four years later since its founding, Cleancio operates in various markets in the US, a huge accomplishment that Lane credits to her dedicated and passionate employees.
Originally from Bolivia, Lane has always had a passion for entrepreneurship. Being raised by a single mom and her grandmother made her understand the value of money and hard work.
What advice would you give to aspiring vacation rental tech CEOs?
The core of your business should be based around providing value for your customers. In the pursuit of providing value for our customers we’ve refined our business and become stronger as a result. Focus on how you can help others first and your customers will value working with you.
The journey is not always easy, your perseverance and dedication will be the key to success.