Global Good Fund

The Global Good Fund (GGF) accelerates the development of high potential young leaders tackling the world’s greatest social issues through entrepreneurship. We achieve this by investing both targeted human and financial capital in these leaders through our 15 month fellowship program. We support our Fellows in their natural work environments, craft personalized Leadership Development Plans, and pair Fellows with personalized executive coaches through implementation with up to USD 10,000 of funding. We additionally provide fellows with leadership assessment resources, a network of peer leaders, and sector expertise. Our network of advisory members and coaches include Nobel Laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus, a former CEO of Sallie Mae, the co-founder of Capital One, CEOs of multi-billion dollar health systems, the founder of Trulia, majority owner of Washington Capitals and Wizards, Venture Capitalists, Presidents of Universities, the co-founder of BET, the former President of T.Rowe Price, and other highly accomplished CEOs.

  • Industry: Nonprofit
  • Year Started: 2012
  • Organization Type: Non-Profit
  • # of Employees: 3 ( as of Dec 31, 2013)

Carrie Rich

Co-Founder & CEO

I have been passionate about social entrepreneurship, leadership and development since age 14, when my peers and I co-founded Teens for Technology, an organization dedicated to improving computer literacy. Five years later, we raised $1.2M, funded computer literacy training on 100,000 computers throughout Jamaica, hired a local staff that is self-sustained today, and expanded to 2 other countries. In addition to my responsibilities at The Global Good Fund, I teach entrepreneurship to nurses as a George Washington University Adjunct Professor. I’m the Co-Founder of Blu2Green LLC, employing people with special needs to produce environmentally-friendly accessories made of recycled hospital waste. I co-authored the book “Sustainability for Healthcare Management: A Leadership Imperative,” featured in Handelsblatt’s Top 5 Business Books List in 2013. I also mentor a man with special needs developing his own social enterprise and have been supporting my neighbor to build a community helping elderly live independently.

  • Age: 31
  • Ethnicity: Caucasian

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