Senator Jackson speaks out against SB 377; Georgia Tech Launches Financial Services Innovation Lab; The Truist Foundation seeks to change the nonprofit ecosystem with a new pitch competition
Take a closer look with Rose Scott
March 14, 2022
State Senator Kim Jackson discusses Senate Bill 377, a controversial bill that seeks to regulate conversations about race in schools that was recently passed by the Georgia Senate.
Additionally, for the “Closer Look’s” Paycheck to Paycheck series, Sudheer Chava, Alton M. Costley Professor and Program Director of Georgia Tech’s Quantitative and Computational Finance Program, and Director of the Financial Services Innovation Lab at the school, discusses the goal of the new fintech lab and its research to understand responsible and sustainable finance.
Lynette Bell, President of the Truist Foundation, discusses the “Inspire Awards Challenge,” a pitch competition open to nonprofits supporting Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) and women-owned small businesses to plan, market and grow their businesses.