Louise Smith: Adventures in Business and on Horseback – The Former Silicon Valley Exec Is Now at the Helm of the Equestrian Aid Foundation
Wednesday, September 06 2017 by Editor
By Carrie Wirth In high school, Louise Smith was affectionately named The Class Instigator. She’s the protagonist you want to follow because of her independence, quiet courage and taste for adventure. At only 5 feet and a bit tall, her diminutive stature and warm smile immediately put you at ease. She’s unassuming and approachable.
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