PRESS RELEASE – Valerie Red-Horse Mohl named to new Treasury Advisory Committee on Racial Equity October 4, 2022 (New York, NY) — U.S. Secretary of the Treasury announced the inaugural members of the Treasury Advisory Committee on Racial Equity. The first-of-its-kind committee will provide advice on efforts to advance racial equity in the economy and
BLOOMBERG – “When Wall Street executives talk about diversifying an industry that’s still run mostly by White bosses, chances are good they mean recruitment, retention, mentorship or donating jumbo checks. The four co-founders of a new company, Known Holdings, aren’t worrying about all that. They’re not going to work on improving representation inside big banks
ASBN – Valerie Red-Horse Mohl joins ASBN and fellow panelists to discuss their support for the Freedom to Vote Act and the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act. It is imperative that the voice of business, especially small business, be included in the voting rights debate…
Bloomberg – Watch as Known Holdings co-founder Valerie Red-Horse Mohl discusses the shifting culture on Wall Street, and changes that need to be made for women and minorities with Caroline Hyde, Sonali Basak, and Taylor Riggs on Bloomberg’s “What’d You Miss?”
Bloomberg Wealth – Veterans of past Wall Street booms suggest that, somehow, this one doesn’t feel so good… One problem [with the culture of Wall Street], suggested veteran dealmaker Valerie Red-Horse Mohl, is that bankers focus on net-worth rather than meaning. “We’ve lacked a sense of community engagement and sustainability on Wall Street for over a century…”
Valerie Red-Horse Mohl joins Shift to discuss what we can do as business leaders, entrepreneurs, systems change agents, and investors to make sure our capital flows and societal structures are lining up to support the kinds of communities and businesses that will lead us to the just, equitable, and regenerative future our children deserve.
ESG CLARITY • VALERIE RED-HORSE MOHL – “The Iroquois Confederacy (located in the U.S. Northeast) founded in 1142 is the oldest living participatory democracy on earth and inspired the formation of the United States and its representative democracy. In 1744 Onondaga leader, Canasattego, gave a speech urging…
TRIBAL BUSINESS NEWS – “When many Native American entrepreneurs seek funding for a business venture, they often face an equity and lending structure that was not designed for them. That’s according to Valerie Red-Horse Mohl (Cherokee)…”
NEXT CITY NEWS – “Valerie Red-Horse Mohl has been an oddball for a long time. Of Cherokee ancestry, Red-Horse Mohl was the first Native American to start an investment bank, Red-Horse Financial Group, based on Wall Street…
CONCORDIA – Valerie Red-Horse Mohl and Eric Loeb join Concordia to discuss why embedding sustainability into everyday activities is critical, but must be done by adopting a balanced long-term approach in order to succeed.