This is an unprecedented time of uncertainty and change. A global health crisis in February became a global economic crisis by March. Since then, whole industries either shut down or adapted in an era of social distancing and shelter in place. And more than 20 million Americans lost their jobs, surpassing the worst unemployment rate of the Great Recession.*
The horrific death of George Floyd on Memorial Day swiftly became a crisis of conscience for our nation’s leaders. Since then, we’ve heard government, corporate, community and religious leaders declare their outrage at the pervasive institutional injustice and inequal treatment of men and women of color and their promises of meaningful change.
“The most financially successful people see opportunities in times of crisis and take advantage of the moment to re-evaluate, reposition and re-invent” says Kim.
Kim Scouller has been an attorney for over twenty-five years, having served as an adjunct professor at the Brandeis School of Law at the University of Louisville and as an in-house attorney for one of the largest financial services companies in the world. Read the complete article in the July/August issue.
By Kim Scouller