Nearly two years after Marissa Mayer stepped down as chief officer at Yahoo, the tech executive has been working to improve her community for the betterment of women and their families.
The mother-of-three, who left her position in January 2017, announced a proposal for a private women's club at a city council meeting in Palo Alto, California on Monday night.
The private club, she said, would be a 'vibrant' and 'welcoming space for traditional and nontraditional' female professionals to 'collaborate, work, learn, find support, build community.'
The Corner House on Addison would take place of an old mortuary she owns, Roller & Hapgood & Tinney, which Mayer hosted flashy Halloween parties that got busted by the cops after they received noise complaints from fuming neighbors.
Former Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer (seen December 2017 in California) proposed a plan Monday to turn a mortuary into a private women's social club
The mother-of-three, (above in January 2014 in Vegas) announced the proposal at a city council meeting in Palo Alto, California
Mayer received mixed reactions from residents and community officials on Monday, who mostly thought the proposal was ludicrous.
'This would be incredibly disruptive to the neighborhood, as well as unsafe with