On the Access and Opportunity podcast, host Carla Harris, a Vice Chairman at Morgan Stanley, asks the question: How can we connect capital with communities that traditionally have been left behind? One way is by talking to the people who are already doing it. Entrepreneurs, investors, developers and activists join Carla, who taps into her 30 years of experience on Wall Street, to explore why investors are unaware of the above-market returns that exist in investing in multicultural- and women-owned businesses, and how to dispel these misconceptions and exploit this market inefficiency. Together, they show what's possible through the people who are making it possible.
Dhani Jones: The Road of Intention
Carla speaks with former NFL linebacker and investor Dhani Jones about the entrepreneurial spirit within every athlete, the importance of cultivating relationships and the skills every leader should have.
Edith Dorsen & Reggie Van Lee: Redefine Your Comfort Zone
Carla speaks with Women’s Venture Capital Fund founder Edith Dorsen and Reggie Van Lee, Partner and Chief Transformation Officer of the Carlyle Group about their success with the Womens VC Fund and the value of investing in companies with diverse leadership.
Andre Iguodala: Pivoting Your Playbook
Listen as host Carla Harris talks with guest Andre Iguodala, investor and NBA champion, on his pivot into investing that supports underserved entrepreneurs.
Chris Lyons: Where Tech Meets Culture
Carla speaks with investor Chris Lyons, head of the Cultural Leadership Fund at Andreesen Horowitz, connecting Black leaders to new tech companies.
Shawn Springs: From Idea to Impact
Carla speaks with entrepreneur and former NFL cornerback Shawn Springs, founder and CEO of Windpact, a company focusing on impact protection across industries, including sports, automotive, and the military applications.
Ana Flores: Power Through Community
Carla speaks with media entrepreneur Ana Flores, founder and CEO of #WeAllGrow Latina Network, a community that has elevated the voices and stories of Latinas for the past 10 years.