How do young people get into Wall Street? What kinds of spiritual challenges do they face? Can people in junior positions display their faith at work? Sam Curtis, college senior and former Goldman Sachs intern, answers these questions on this episode of Jesus Walks On Wall Street.
West Point, Harvard Business School, a battlefield, and a career in private equity. All of these experiences became the puzzle pieces of one big picture: a story that God is telling through the life of David Kim, Partner at Apax Partners and the Founder and CEO of Children of Fallen Patriots. Hear his journey on this episode of Jesus Walks On Wall Street.
In a perfect world, I wouldn’t have to ask, “What is it like to be a woman on Wall Street?” But in reality, there are few women in the Finance Industry, which is why it’s so refreshing to talk to Tracy Chadwell, Founding Partner of 1843 Capital, an early stage, technology venture firm advocating for gender equity to generate superior returns. Hear Tracy’s story on this episode of Jesus Walks On Wall Street.
Could a trading floor be a place of healing and hope? The answer is a resounding Yes, when a trader finds his identify in Christ, as David Bennett does. Hear his story on this episode of Jesus Walks On Wall Street. (This episode is part 1 of 2 of my conversation with David).
What could a Wall Street lawyer possibly teach you about spirituality? Actually, quite a lot, if that Wall Street lawyer is Mark Pflug (pronounced “floog”). HOST’S NOTE: If you’re short on time, zoom to minute 20 to hear the second half of this beautiful testimony and to be inspired by Mark’s profound generosity.
Matthew Scogin and I have been friends since our Hope College days. He is the former President of the NY Stock Exchange, Economic Advisor to Mitt Romney, and Senior Advisor in the Department of Treasury. Matt Scogin knows Wall Street. He also knows Jesus. Hear his story on this episode of Jesus Walks On Wall Street.
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