Listen: The Beneficial Ripple Effects of Greater Women's Empowerment
"And ahead of International Women's Day. Bloomberg's Ed Murray Hordern spoke to aside global head of corporate engagement and president of the Goldman Sachs foundation about what the Bank is doing to help female entrepreneurs. It's really exciting. What's what's happening on International Women's Day in particular? It's a really a celebration. It's a celebration of a number of the most powerful and interesting small business owners in in the UK. It's interesting because I call them our growth heroes because these are really women who have started their business and really through our educational programs taken it to the next level. And so it's really shining a bright light on these women. What about female leadership in the ten thousand women initiative that's different than the small business program? It's more very very small scale. Right for these women that you're working with. Well, it's interesting because while they come in particular growth point, our our our objective is to grow their business as much as we possibly can. I'll give you one example, we actually had a woman who participate in our program in India. She inherited her father's plywood business. She turned that business into business where she's installing modular furniture has been able to grow the revenue business after participating in the program by over four hundred percent. I want to ask about your personal story. You are a daughter of immigrants the United States, and then you became a partner last year at Goldman Sachs, which is I mean, the envy of all of Wall Street makes us very unique. Tell me about your your journey. Sure. It's interesting because I came to the United States to Brooklyn from Guyana with my"