Museums can strengthen their reputations and follow through on their public declarations by aligning the billions of dollars in their endowments with their values and mission.by Laura Callanan, Maxwell L. Anderson
How Ashley Page’s pursuit of self-care, building generational wealth and exposing her children to the wonders of the world intersect, leading her to build a custom home on the incomparable shores of Placencia, Belize.by Ashley Page
Worth magazine is celebrating the 100 people that made the biggest impact in 2022. Who are entrepreneurs, business leaders, investors, celebrities, and philanthropists that added the most value to the world in the last year?
You check out previous winners here.
If you know someone that should make the list, make your nominations below. The final winners will be chosen by the Worth editorial staff along with a panel of previous Worthy 100 winners.
If you have any questions, please contact Dan Costa, Editorial Director at Worth firstname.lastname@example.org.
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When Jacqueline Novogratz started Acumen in 2001, the idea of “impact investing” was not well received by traditional financial firms. Today, Acumen has invested more than $135 million in more than 100 social enterprises worldwide and has shaped a model that’s been adopted by even the most adamant naysayers.by James Ledbetter
At the Women & Worth Summit, Lauren Maillian, CEO of digitalundivided, sat down with entrepreneurs in the Do You Fellowship to discuss funding, mentorship and building confidence as a founder.by Laasya Acharya
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