Rehana Nathoo, Founder & CEO of Spectrum Impact, takes us all over the globe, from her whimsical move to New Orleans, her family’s roots in Africa & immigration to Canada and to Bolivia, where she experienced the true impact of grassroots efforts. Rehana sees circumstance as opportunity. She sees impact not as a moral framework but as an opportunity to redefine and align incentives with our system, reconciling how we can use capitalism as a force for good while also accounting for its exploitative past.
In this episode, Rehana talks about:
Her transition from New York to New Orleans[1:43]
Her revolutionary experience in Bolivia, seeing grassroots effort change peoples’ preference and presumptions[5:01]
Her family roots & how history can shape our paths[11:20]
Eliminating shame & the moral framework in impact[23:11]
Moments that confirm progress towards the goal [34:09]
Spectrum Impact a strategy consulting firm that supports a range of organizations looking to expand their impact investing footprint
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