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Thank you to teachers and ed administrators @UNC World View who discussed global education with me today. Appreciate your leadership!
Closed Uber account. They asked why, but choices did not include "Cro-Magnon corporate culture" or "lack of ethics" so left reason blank.
Spent day with "Girls Who Invest" -- class of 60 smart, energetic young women learning finance at UPenn before summer finance internships.
~50% of U.S. immigrants now have college degree (Migration Policy Institute) vs. 34% of NC natives. Operating on outdated notions.
Happy to participate in UNC Kenan Flagler Business School Idea Workshop today! Students are always inspiring.
Employer Reviews and Jobs | Fairygodboss. Good resource for finding out womens' experiences at various companies. https://t.co/Zs3vVzHyxV
Ex-NYC Pension CIO Said to Seek $500 Million to Seed Hedge Funds - Bloomberg. Congrats to my friend Seema Hingorani! https://t.co/W762T15922
Check out: "Own It: The Power of Women at Work" by Sallie Krawcheck. Insightful and smart. https://t.co/Uq5ch32T2v https://t.co/8ubRLqKAkF
Asbury UMC packaging 80,000 meals for Rise Against Hunger (previously Stop Hunger Now). https://t.co/vSWdozVHIV
Speaking on panel for local chapter of Natl Assc. of Corporate Directors: May 18th, 7:30-9:30 am, Sheraton Imperial. https://t.co/KtHFVaMt8i
At University of Pennsylvania's Perry World House listening to Samantha Power, ex-US Ambassador to the UN. https://t.co/ntInRk9apg
@Stony Island Arts Bank in South Chicago at Black Scholars Salon featuring artist Theaster Gates and Thelma Golden… https://t.co/7AJyq8n8pM
Toured the Frank Lloyd Wright designed Robie House at the University of Chicago. https://t.co/QzdeHiSfho
At University of Chicago as a "Fellow in Residence" focusing on public finance at the Harris Public Policy School. https://t.co/2kKkHhQsDi
Thanks for generous outpouring of support for Syrian children today! Had over 200 people attend "Soup for Syria" event and raised ~$11,000.

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I spent ten days with Syrian Refugees in the German Capital.
These photos feature the faces of some of the Syrian refugee children in Jordan living outside of official refugee camps.
I am done with great things and big things, great institutions and big success, and I am for those tiny invisible molecular moral forces that work from individual to individual creeping through the crannies of the world like so many rootlets, or like the capillary oozing of water, yet which, if you give them time, will tend the hardest monuments of men's pride. William James
As predicted: my last day as Treasurer. Thank you, NC!
I'm supporting Dan Blue III for Treasurer because we need a positive leader with the expertise and vision to move our state forward. Join me in voting for Dan and help build a better North Carolina for all!
I'm supporting Dan Blue III for Treasurer because we need a leader with the expertise and vision to move our state forward. VOTE EARLY for Dan and help build a better North Carolina. Find your early vote location: https://www.iwillvote.com/locate/?state=NC/
My nephew Ian scaring the neighbors!
State Treasurer Janet Cowell, who is not seeking re-election, will be traveling to Jordan and Germany early next year to work with Syrian refugees. "I think we’ve all been watching the whole refugee situation globally with concern, so through the Methodist church, I’m going to go to Jordan to work in a refugee camp with Syrians," she said. "Then (I'll) go to Germany, where I was an exchange student, so I speak German, working with some of the Germans and how they’re dealing with the now half-million Syrians."

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