Shades of Grey: Ep 4, Musings of an Impact Investor

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Arunkumar Krishnakumar circle

Arunkumar Krishnakumar
Venture Capital, Blockchain, Crypto, Fintech and AI

Arun is a Venture capital investor, speaker and writer with particular interest in Fintech, Blockchain, Crypto and AI. He loves use cases with a strong emerging markets angle to them, serving the underserved and tapping the untapped.


Theodora Lau
Founder, Speaker, Writer, Startup Advisor

Theo is a speaker, writer, and advisor, whose work seeks to spark innovation to improve consumer financial well-being and health. She is the founder of Unconventional Ventures, which focuses on developing and growing an ecosystem of corporates, entrepreneurs, and VCs to better address the unmet needs of consumers, with keen interests in women and minority founders.

Bradley Leimer

Bradley Leimer
Writer, Speaker, Advisor on Banking & Technology

Bradley is Co-Founder of Unconventional Ventures, which connects founders to funders, provides mentorship to entrepreneurs, advisory to corporates, and broadens opportunities for diversity within the ecosystem. His belief is that anyone with great ideas should have a chance to succeed.


Rhetoriq Podcast S2 E4 guest Sarah Morgenstern

Sarah Morgenstern
Sarah is a principal on the Financial Inclusion team where she focuses on sourcing, executing, and managing investment opportunities that empower households in the United States to achieve and sustain financial health.

Prior to joining Omidyar Network, Sarah was a manager at McKinsey & Company, where she led strategy and corporate finance engagements across the private, public, and social sectors. Sarah was previously a consultant at APCO Worldwide in Beijing and is fluent in Mandarin and Spanish.


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  1. What an inspirational and informative program! Thank you for this wonderful interview with Sarah Morgenstern.

    I think Propel sounds terrific. I wonder if there’s a way to help people who are experiencing such financial challenges create their own business startups perhaps with KIVA style micro lending? Working paycheck to paycheck sometimes in multiple menial labor type jobs can be soul crushing and part of the despair is seeing no path to financial independence and progress. Learning to create an Ebay, Amazon or Etsy business could help lift people’s hopes and financial prospects as well. What do you think?

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