Sarah Rosen Wartell | Urban Institute
Financial inequity and systemic racism are two of the most pressing policy issues in America today as the country moves out of the pandemic. Urban Institute President Sarah Rosen Wartell joins Jennife
Alan Murray | Fortune Media
After leading a group of 100 CEOs to meet Pope Francis in 2016, Fortune committed to advancing social progress by uniting leading minds at its annual CEO Initiative. As Fortune continues its transition from a magazine into a platform for change,
Martin Whittaker: How to Make a Just Company
Many financial companies have pledged resources to promote social good, but still struggle to leverage their own internal impact. In this episode of EMERGE Everywhere, JUST Capital CEO Martin Whittaker sits down with Jennifer to discuss his mission to ...
Gene Ludwig: Better Metrics for Better Solutions
Few people have had a career as dynamic and successful as Gene Ludwig. In this episode of EMERGE Everywhere, this Clinton administration alumnus, financial services CEO, entrepreneur, and nonprofit founder joins Jennifer to talk about his lifetime of d...
Roger Hochschild: Discover the Possibilities
In 1986, Discover introduced the concept of cashback rewards on a credit card with no annual fee, transforming the landscape of credit for good. No longer reserved for the privileged few, credit cards became an everyday tool in most wallets.
Chris Smith: Reimagining Insurance for Financial Resilience
Although adequate insurance is a critical tool for financial resilience, only half of Americans are confident they would have sufficient coverage to manage an emergency. Research shows that this gap has only widened in recent years. In this episode,
Jimmy Chen: Modernizing the Social Safety Net
Episode description: Many fintechs launch to tackle big missions - like the democratization of the stock market, increasing financial inclusion, or improving financial health. But these fast-growing startups are also for-profit companies with inves...
Stephanie Cohen: The Business Case for Inclusion
Episode description: Stephanie Cohen quickly rose through the ranks at Goldman Sachs to become one of the youngest members of the bank’s senior leadership, joining just a small handful of women at that level.
Marc Morial: Economic Justice for All
From his term as the 59th mayor of New Orleans to his nearly two decades leading the National Urban League, Marc Morial has been one of the country’s most influential advocates for civil rights. In this episode,
Dalila Wilson-Scott: Leveraging Media for Positive Change
How can a global powerhouse of media and technology best leverage its resources to build a more diverse and inclusive workplace and world? Newly appointed Chief Diversity Officer at Comcast NBCUniversal, Dalila Wilson-Scott,