Growing up in northern Nigeria gave Muoto an appreciation of both poverty and opportunity. “If you can understand the risk in these communities you can make really good returns,” the former venture capital partner told ImpactAlpha.
With global companies offshoring digital processes to trim costs and boost shareholder profits, Janah more than a decade ago seized the opportunity to grab some of that business to raise incomes for low-income workers.
Allibhoy starts her job Feb. 1 with the clock ticking. The global development community estimates an additional $2.5 trillion is needed each year in order to meet the SDGs by 2030.
“I'm trying to change the way CEOs experience fundraising,” says Hernandez. “I need to win their deals, too. It's just respect.”
If Warren is wielding a stick, Delilah Rothenberg is dangling a carrot to entice the industry to reform itself.