- Wanda Ferragamo Miletti has led the group since 1960, when her husband and founder of the company, Salvatore, passed away. She immediately took over as Chairwoman.
First on her own and later with the help of her six children, Wanda has successfully overcome the enormous challenges of the inheritance left to her by her husband. It was under her management that the business expanded from the production of shoes to the ready-to-wear and total look market. She is currently Honorary Chairwoman.
Founded in 1927 and run by Salvatore Ferragamo until his death in 1960, the Salvatore Ferragamo business has remained with the family, in the able hands of Salvatore's wife Wanda and their six children three boys and three girls who, when they reached adulthood, each took on a key position in the company, contributing to the expansion of both its products and their distribution. Today, the Ferragamo family also has an outside manager on board, CEO Michele Norsa.
- Ferruccio Ferragamo is the eldest of Salvatore and Wanda Ferragamo's sons. He has years of experience in the family business, beginning in 1963 when he took over production and the management of various group-owned boutiques, before turning to Finance and Administration, when he was appointed General Manager in 1970. After serving as CEO of Salvatore Ferragamo S.p.A. from 1984 to 2006, he is currently Chairman of that company.
- Giovanna Gentile Ferragamo is the second of Salvatore Ferragamo's six children. She got her start in the family business by creating the women's ready-to-wear division. In 1965, the first collection was unveiled in Palazzo Pitti's Sala Bianca in Florence. She currently serves as Deputy Chairwoman of Salvatore Ferragamo S.p.A.
- Fulvia Visconti Ferragamo has run the fashion label's silk accessories division since the Seventies. She is Deputy Chairwoman of Ferragamo Finanziaria S.p.A.
- Leonardo Ferragamo began his career in the family business and has held a variety of positions, contributing to the development of the menswear and accessories lines and the expansion of distribution to Asian markets. Since 2000, he has served as CEO of Palazzo Feroni Finanziaria S.p.A.
- Massimo Ferragamo is the youngest of Salvatore and Wanda Ferragamo's children. He is Chairman of Ferragamo USA, the Ferragamo Company that has handled the brand's distribution in North America since the Fifties.
- James Ferragamo is Ferruccio's son and represents the third generation of the Ferragamo family. He began working for the family business in 1998, initially as General Merchandising Manager and now as Women's Leather Product Director.
- Angelica Visconti daughter of Fulvia Visconti Ferragamo is the youngest Ferragamo working in the business. After extensive company training, which included travel to the various distribution areas covered by Salvatore Ferragamo, from the United States to China, she is Director of Retail for Italy.
- Fiamma Ferragamo di San Giuliano the eldest of Wanda and Salvatore Ferragamo's children is the only to have worked by her father's side in the last years of his life, becoming Manager of the Leather Division. Although she passed away in 1998, many still believe her to be an influential figure in the life of the company today. Her passion for her work, her imagination and inventiveness have led to the creation of some of the brand's most iconic products, such as the Vara shoe and the Gancino.