You think you’re green, but is your recycling bin lying to you? In this compelling episode, Kimberly Griego-Kiel hosts a special conversation on the complex landscape of recycling with guest expert her wife, Rose Griego-Kiel. Together, they dig into the challenges, statistics, and potential solutions surrounding recycling systems, not just in the U.S. but globally.
What’s new in the market? How’s the investment arena doing so far? What if we all started investing like we truly cared? In this episode, Kimberly Griego-Kiel and Johann Klaassen navigate the current markets while providing a snapshot of the economy and all things inflation and investing.
Temperatures are rising, and extreme weather events are becoming way more frequent. So, what are we waiting to address this pressing issue head-on!? In this episode, Kim Griego-Kiel explores the alarming rise in global temperatures and the consequences of climate change.
This week, Christine Luken, Financial Dignity® Coach and author of the groundbreaking book “Money Is Emotional,” joins Kim Griego-Kiel to share her personal experiences and expertise as a financial coach to revolutionize your perspective and relationship with money.
Listen in as Kim and Christine delve into the profound connection between emotions and money, exploring how it can significantly shape our choices concerning personal finance and the financial decisions we make.
This week, Rachel Curley, the director of policy and programs at US SIF, joins Kim to share her valuable insights and experiences from this year’s US SIF Hill Day in Washington, D.C. . Kim and Rachel reveal the takeaways from the meetings they attended while emphasizing the value of ongoing dialogue when it comes to policy decisions designed to shape the future of ESG and sustainable investing.
This week, Kim Griego-Kiel explores the fascinating world of emotional finance while uncovering tips and tricks you can use to tackle fear and anxiety when it comes to market volatility.
This week, Pooja Khosla, the Chief Innovation Officer at Entelligent, is back to chat with Kim Griego-Kiel about climate change, and the strategies chief operating officers (COO) of companies can implement to facilitate climate change-related improvements within their own practices. Together, they unpack the importance of setting achievable goals and making small, incremental changes to various systems, processes, and policies.
If you’re a small business owner looking to contribute towards combating climate change while also strengthening your business, make sure to stream this week’s episode of Deep Impact Investing with Pooja Khosla, the Chief Innovation Officer at Entelligent.
In Part Two of this conversation, Ladé and Hayley are back to uncover fascinating stories while detailing the impact of supporting African and Latin American SMEs. From increasing business performance to incorporating more women in the workforce, find out how the AMF is investing in SMEs to increase their commercial viability, which ultimately leads to strengthening these communities.
In this week’s episode, Kim Griego-Kiel is joined by Hayley Mundeva, the communications lead, and Ladé Araba, the executive director at the AlphaMundi Foundation, to talk about SMEs and their critical role in female job creation, economic development, and innovation. Tune in and learn how the AMF supports these enterprises through technical assistance and gender-inclusive policies leading to a positive social and environmental impact.