Siobhan Winograd graduated from Lafayette College in 1995 with a degree in Engineering. After graduation, she began working at Tiffany & Co., where she ultimately became Director of Engineering and New Product Development. She stayed at Tiffany & Co. for 9 years, helping to introduce and manufacture some of the company's most popular and intricate designs and products. While at Tiffany & Co., Siobhan also earned her M.B.A. from Fordham University Business School. Her last day at Tiffany & Co. was March 11, 2004, the day her son, Liam, was born. She has been a stay-at-home mom ever since.
After her daughter, Chloe, was born in 2006, Siobhan began to think about some of the professional aspects of her life that she had left behind, as well as how few opportunities there are in the workplace for women who want to be the primary caregivers for their children, yet still develop their professional lives. That led her to start Womily -- a combination of women, work and family. The signature line started with an idea she named "Touch." It is the translation of a fingerprint into a piece of gold or sterling silver that can be worn as a charm, pendant or cufflink. The name was meant to signify that the fingerprint represents someone who has "touched" your life.