Fashion designer Eileen Fisher launched her clothing brand in the 1980s with just $350 and has grown it into a $400 million company. She opens up about her decision to keep the company private and let her employees own nearly half of it. She shares her journey as a female founder and CEO, explains why she meditates every morning and discusses the importance of CEOs speaking out on social issues. She also gives her advice to working mothers and talks about the impact her own mother's struggles had on her. Produced by Haley Draznin, CNN.