Let's create impact!

A light bulb went off for me that I bet you're thinking about too: funding strategies for social impact that combine a mix of non-profit and venture investing. Let me grab your attention with real-life examples below. I know that we can build social impact together because I helped create the social impact outlined below with partners just like you.


Global Impact Fund

The Global Impact Fund is a family of venture capital (VC) funds that invests in social impact companies with a preference for companies led by people of color and women. GIF II’s impact focus is primarily in environmental sustainability, health and health care, education, financial technology, socioeconomic mobility, and income equality, although GIF II is also permitted to make investments in other sectors. GIF II is unapologetic about making market-leading returns for investors by investing in social impact businesses. 

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Global Good Consulting

Global Good Consulting works with teams that understand that businesses and organizations have multiple bottom lines. Global Good Consulting partners with clients to advance leadership, business growth, and social impact so that everyone wins. Clients range from companies as large as Microsoft to start-ups and family offices. It takes everyone to create social change. Through Global Good Consulting, you'll have access to the people, processes, resources and knowledge needed to create an even greater impact in your organization and the world. 


The Global Good Fund is a nonprofit organization for entrepreneurs, organizations, and philanthropists that believe investing in people is the most effective way to drive business growth and positive social impact. Through The Global Good Fund Fellowship and other programs, the nonprofit cultivates leaders domestically and around the world to accelerate profit and purpose. 

The Global Good Fund



With the birth of Carrie's daughter Lily Isannah, Carrie began thinking about jewelry as a gift that could be passed down along with the experiences we share. Carrie partners with artisans from around the world to create Isannah jewelry designs. The supply chain and production of Isannah jewelry contributes positively to society; so do the sales. 100-percent of proceeds from the sale of Isannah jewelry benefit charity. May you wear Isannah jewelry in good health and with good conscience. Beautiful. Meaningful. Jewelry.

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Rare Crossroads

Rare Crossroads is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that raises money to fund research for the discovery and development of treatments for patients with a rare or underserved disorder. 95-percent of funding goes directly to mission fulfillment.


Rarebase is an innovative public benefit company that is revolutionizing drug discovery at unprecedented speed and scale. 95% of people living with a rare disease don't have effective treatment. We're on a mission to change that.


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Trinity Health

Trinity Health is one of the largest not-for-profit, Catholic health care systems in the nation. It is a family of 123,000 colleagues and nearly 27,000 physicians and clinicians caring for diverse communities across 26 states. Nationally recognized for care and experience, the Trinity Health system includes 88 hospitals, 135 continuing care locations, the second largest PACE program in the country, 136 urgent care locations and many other health and well-being services. Based in Livonia, Michigan, its annual operating revenue is $21.5 billion with $1.4 billion returned to its communities in the form of charity care and other community benefit programs. Carrie serves on the board of directors of Trinity Health.

Carrie has strong and wide-ranging communication skills. I have observed her in many different settings – complete range of age groups, challenging situations/audiences, uplifting and inspirational topics/ groups, etc. and she has the skills to excel in any forum. I have also witnessed her in panel settings where the other panelists are far more experienced and Carrie always outperforms them. She has truly unique and gifted skills.

C.E. Andrew, Former CEO, MorganFranklin Consulting


Carrie was a guest speaker for my “Being a Woman in the 21st Century” class. She was real. She engaged with the students on a personal and professional level, giving them insight into what it means to be a leader, a woman and a young person in business.

Elanie Steyn, Associate Professor of Journalism
University of Oklahoma

Carrie is a strong advocate for women entrepreneurs, diverse leaders and bringing a different viewpoint to bear. Carrie’s personal experiences, the depth of knowledge from strengthening innovators and pushing for positive change around the world have made her a very impactful and influential speaker.

Dan Kotter, Partner, Ernst & Young

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