Leading With Impact with The Executive Director and Vice President at Goldman Sachs in London, Seun Awolowo

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May 16, 2021
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Our conversation with Seun Awolowo, Executive Director and Vice President, London at Goldman Sachs, is now on Spotify and Apple podcast.

This episode is part of the Leadership Conversation series. In this conversation, Seun shares the importance of leading with impact. Having begun her career at Goldman Sachs as an intern and risen to her current position, Seun shares her leadership journey and how her understanding of the three dimensions of our lives contributed to her leadership and impact.

Plus, since she is also responsible for building “Launch with GS” at EMEA, we discussed how she’s working to increase access to capital and facilitate connections for women, Black, Latinx and other diverse entrepreneurs and investors in order to close the opportunity gap and advance racial equality.

We dug deep into what Launch with GS EMEA is all about, how we can benefit from it, Seun’s journey to the top leadership and how she’s making an impact through her leadership position.

Rise to Leadership Podcast, which was launched on March 8, is a bi-monthly show (weekly in March) that explores topics that matter while sharing stories of inspiring leaders who are creating positive changes.

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