Kiana Webb, an inspirational leader and community philanthropist, is the CEO of Webb Family Enterprises (WFE). Its primary business is owning and operating sixteen McDonald’s franchises in Southern California. WFE also invests in several business incubation opportunities for young entrepreneurs of color. Always staying mindful of her life’s purpose, Kiana continuously creates opportunities for individual’s personal success.
With a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration, and master’s degree in Organizational Leadership, she passionately leads more than 1300 team members within her company and is an active participant in professional and social organizations.
Kiana is an advocate for improving the lives of women, children, and people of color. Currently, she serves as the chapter president of the Black McDonald's Owners Association (BMOA) of Southern California, Vice President of The National Black McDonald’s Owners Association and represents women nationally on the McDonald’s leadership council. She is a Board member of Casa Colina Hospital and Centers for Healthcare, and the Child Development Center in Pomona California.
Through her partnership with the Pomona Unified School District, she provides literacy grants, scholarships, and sponsors the math and literacy fair in partnership with the University of La Verne.
Kiana is the proud mother of three phenomenal young human beings who give her lots of practice in love, patience, and understanding.