Ellevest is changing women’s lives through helping them invest, save, learn and earn more at work.by Lauren Buonomo
Our current state of environmental awareness and questions regarding the destructive forces of capitalism are not new. In fact, we’ve known for decades that the world was in peril. So, why didn’t we listen and how exactly did we end up where we are today?by Jonathan Russo
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 email@example.com.
Make Your Nomination for the Worthy 100:
Despite not having a background in the beverage industry, Kara Goldin was on a mission to create a truly healthy, tasty way to drink more water. Today, her company Hint is now the single largest independent, nonalcoholic beverage company, recently valued at $150 million.by Sally Kohn
By channeling tourism dollars back into the communities being visited, G Adventures founder Bruce Poon Tip has not only created a better way to travel, but he also has built a circular economic system that benefits underserved communities all over the world.by Pavia Rosati
With over 50 portfolio companies with a $33 billion market cap and 60 percent diverse founder investments, Serena Ventures is making waves in the venture capital world by investing in mission-driven companies.by Emily Cegielski
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
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