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    Meet Rebekah Paltrow Neumann, the former actress who cofounded WeWork

    Abstract:Rebekah Paltrow Neumann once wanted to be an actress. Later, a yoga teacher. Instead, she cofounded WeWork.

      Rebekah Paltrow Neumann cofounded WeWork in 2010 alongside her now-husband Adam Neumann and Miguel McKelvey.

      Paltrow Neumann is the CEO of WeGrow, a private primary school run by the coworking space company, according to the school's website.

      The couple has a net worth of $4.1 billion, according to Forbes.

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      Rebekah Paltrow Neumann once wanted to be an actress, she told Fast Company. Later, she became a certified yoga instructor.

      Instead, she became the Chief Brand and Impact Officer of the We Company, which just filed its S-1.

      Paltrow Neumann cofounded the company, originally known by its most famous business, WeWork, alongside her now-husband Adam Neumann and Miguel McKelvey in 2010. She was also an early employee at the first coworking company Adam and McKelvey founded, Greendesk, according to Fast Company.

      Read more: Before he was a billionaire, WeWork CEO Adam Neumann was broke. Here's the NYC building where he and his wife lived in a tiny apartment before he built a $47 billion company

      Ahead of the We Company's impending IPO, Paltrow Neumann has turned her attention to WeGrow, the private primary school run by the company.

      Neumann declined to comment through a WeWork spokesperson.

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