Marty Nealon — who has over 25 years of experience in the retail business, including as CEO of the Home Shopping Network, and currently works with women entrepreneurs as an advisor and mentor — joins in conversation with Amy Norman, Founder and CEO of Little Passports to investigate women who are leading retail channels.
Philippe Sachs, Deputy CEO at Kïdo Education, and Aleta Margolis, Founder and President of the Center for Inspired Teaching, take time to exchange stories on how their personal journeys have influenced their approaches to innovating in education, what they are solving, and what is required to build inclusive school systems that educate tomorrow’s changemakers.
Women of the World Endowment’s talented MIT Sloan MBA interns, Emma Kaye Rose, Megan Krishnamurthy, and Saumya A. Singh present their analysis of the role of women in addressing some of the most pressing environmental and social challenges of our time. Together they have identified quantitative and qualitative data that further demonstrates how investing in and through women and girls can accelerate solutions to address critical global issues in climate, healthcare, education, and economic empowerment.
Jessica Robinson, Founder of Moxie Future and author of Financial Feminism: A Woman’s Guide to Investing in a Sustainable Future, sits down for a fireside chat with Patience Marime-Ball, CEO and Founder of Women of the World Endowment. Together they explore how all of us can begin to address the biggest environmental and social challenges of our time.
Welcome to the Changemakers, a series of conversations with leaders and actors from across the financial ecosystem on how capital markets must fully invest in and through women driving solutions to the world’s most pressing challenges. In this inaugural conversation, Patience Marime-Ball, Founder and CEO of Women of the World Endowment (WoWE), the first 100% gender-focused endowment, is joined by WoWE’s Board Chair, Dr. Ruth Shaber, Founder and President of Tara Health Foundation, a Forbes Impact 50, to discuss the role of women within capital markets as changemakers and drivers of resilient and sustainable change.