DALLAS MORNING NEWS - Feb 8 - She's on the board of Uber Technologies and just joined the board of online thrift retailer thredUP. Her home in North Dallas was in the path of the October 2019 tornadoes. Then she discovered in January 2020 that her doctor had been trying for two months to reach her for a serious talk. That's when she decided to step down as CEO of Match Group. "I had to reevaluate," she said. The decision was easier because Match was performing well, she said, and she would be succeeded by a woman. Ginsberg said she was attracted to the thredUP board because it's mission-based. "I saw the passion for the business in [CEO] James Reinhart. If you can't help the world, why bother?" Secondhand can have a bigger place in the market, she said. It's an alternative to fast fashion, and it's not a new idea that "one person's trash is gold to someone else." Ginsberg is also on the board of Uber Technologies and said that being exposed to other companies that are disrupting markets and where "the sky's the limit is so much fun." She's not ruling out running a company again someday, and she believes it’s only a matter of time until women have parity in the C-suite.