June 15, 2017 | New York City
Former First Lady Michelle Obama took the stage at the Toigo Gala for an historic and inspiring evening celebrating Toigo’s work to advance leadership for all. It was a memorable reminder of the role we each can play to drive change. Onward!
There’s a clear path into an investment banking graduate job now. Study at a top university, secure a position on a Spring insight week, convert that into a summer analyst program and then merely impress enough senior bankers to secure a full-time role. Simple,...Read More
I awoke this morning with significant anxiety about the current political climate and future of our country. Did you? Turns out we’re not alone. In a survey conducted by the American Psychological Association in 2017, for the first time, a majority of Americans (across the political...Read More
During my time as a first generation undergraduate student at the University of Southern California, I remember learning about how enslaved Africans in America used step to make music with their bodies to communicate secret messages and to celebrate defiantly when drums and other...Read More
Former First Lady Michelle Obama discussed leadership and education at the Toigo Foundation’s 16th Annual Gala, celebrating the non-profit’s nearly 30-year focus on a mission of leadership by all and for all. The importance of drive and determination in the face of adversity, inclusion,...Read More
Precursor Ventures is not yet a big name in venture capital, but it's taking on a big mission: Making sure more entrepreneurs from diverse backgrounds get an equal shot at venture capital dollars and their Silicon Valley dreams. For decades Silicon Valley has been known for its racial...Read More
The Toigo Foundation, an organization dedicated to growing the talent pool of diverse finance professionals across all sectors and levels of leadership, and Russell Reynolds Associates, a leading global search and leadership advisory firm, today announced the results of their study, Career Crossroads: The...Read More