Gloria Nelund retired as the highest female executive at Deutsche Bank at the age of 42. She wanted her life to have meaning. What followed was what Gloria calls her "2 year wilderness journey." She discovered that she was designed to accomplish. Yet, she wanted her accomplishing to lead to change. What ensued was Gloria's way of using capitalism to solve social problems.
Gloria shares how she went from a teaching degree to navigating the financial corporate world. We discuss ESG investing. We go into B Corporations. We discuss how vital business culture is when a company is aligned with a cause at its core. We prove wrong the either/or mentality of business vs impact.