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Sallie Krawcheck

Sallie Krawcheck is the CEO and co-founder of Ellevest, an investment platform aimed at women, and the owner and chair of Ellevate Network. Previously, she was CEO of Sanford Bernstein, Smith Barney, Citi’s Wealth Management and Merryl Lynch Wealth Management. She was once called “the last honest analyst” by Fortune Magazine.

“Wealth begets wealth. The other side of it is inequality begets inequality.”

— Sallie Krawcheck
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Featured in these episodes:

Reid Hoffman and Masters of Scale executive producer June Cohen gather five of their favorite guests – Brian Chesky, Tyra Banks, Angela Ahrendts, Sallie Krawcheck, and Franklin Leonard — for a raw, honest, open dialogue filled with nonstop insights.

Sallie Krawcheck, guest
March 12, 2019

Sallie Krawcheck knows: Companies dominated by one type of person run the risk of tunnel vision. You might move fast – but you’ll often drive straight into traps. Truly scalable companies need a diverse portfolio of viewpoints to see the opportunities others miss. From her Wall Street years to her new startup Ellevest, Sallie makes the business case for diversity of all kinds.

Sallie Krawcheck, guest
January 14, 2021

Sallie Krawcheck knows firsthand the obstacles women face as well as the struggles big institutions can have in reconfiguring their practices to help.

Sallie Krawcheck, cameo
December 7, 2021

When Paul Polman joined Unilever as CEO in 2009, the consumer goods company had been stagnated with years of lackluster performance. His famous turnaround of the company centered around his ability to redraw the boundaries of Unilever’s mission to emphasize sustainability and long-term growth.

Sallie Krawcheck, cameo
October 4, 2022

Taking risks can be the catalyst for immense scale or dire straits. Avoiding taking any risks at all leads to stagnancy and empowered competitors. The key is to know which risks are worth taking, and when and how to take them. This episode highlights the best conversations we’ve had recently about taking advantage of risk and how fortune favors the brave.