By Princess Usanase The Quib had the honor of interviewing Gemma Bulos, CEO of A Single Drop For Safe Water and Director of Social Innovation and Impact at Kravis Leadership Institute, on October 19, 2017. From jazz singer to preschool teacher to social activist, Gemma Bulos had a jumbled and inspirational career path, teaching people to be open to new opportunities and demonstrating that every … Continue reading Women in Global Nonprofits: Gemma Bulos’ Winding Career Path
By Janet Morrissey This article was originally published on The New York Times on September 10, 2017. It was written by Janet Morrissey. The Colon Cancer Alliance is one of a surging number of nonprofits that are turning to marketing experts for help. In the past, charities and nonprofit groups relied heavily on savvy fund-raising experts and boldface names to promote their causes. But a number … Continue reading To Sell Themselves to Donors, Nonprofits Are Turning to the Pros
By Leya Aronoff For any business, branding is important. Often, the multidimensional nature of branding makes it seem like a vague and fuzzy concept. However, it can be broken down into 3 easy ideas. As The Quib is just getting started, these ideas are relevant as we start to to build and develop “The Quib” brand. Meaning The name of a brand can make a … Continue reading Three Elements You Should Know about Branding and The Quib
By Investopedia Staff This article was originally published on Investopedia. It was written by Investopedia Staff, who believe that individuals can excel at managing their financial affairs. One of the most compelling reasons for you to invest is the prospect of not having to work your entire life! Bottom line, there are only two ways to make money: by working and/or by having your assets work for you. … Continue reading Why should I invest?
By Daniel M. Choi This article was originally published on Forbes on August 8, 2017. It was written by Daniel M. Choi, Wealth Management Advisor and Host of a weekly radio program on the NBC news affiliate for Southern California. When I began my career, I was an executive leader in the uber-competitive world of financial services. During those formative years, I had the pleasure of … Continue reading Five Reasons Women Are Taking the Lead In Financial Planning