Episode 3

Emily Green of Ellevest

Nov 4, 2020

Jeff Shafer, CEO of CommonGood Capital, speaks with Emily Green, Director of Private Wealth at Ellevest – the first investing and financial planning firm designed by, for, and with women – about her life, meeting and working with Sallie Krawcheck, her influential stock-trading grandma, moving women into the impact space, and much more.

A New Lens with CommonGood Capital
A New Lens with CommonGood Capital
#3 - Emily Green of Ellevest
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Emily Green
Director of Private Wealth at Ellevest
With more than a decade of experience in private and corporate investment banking, most recently at J.P. Morgan, Emily is dedicated to helping women achieve financial strength and independence. Emily is on the board of Plan International USA and a steering committee member of Alvin Ailey’s Young Patron Circle. She holds a BA in economics from University of Wisconsin-Madison.

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