Dale FavorsHost, The Great Wealth Divide
Dale Favors is an inspirational sales coach and strategic business leader. He spent 26-years as a financial professional working in sales and sales management for firms such as Morgan Stanley, Bloomberg, Royal Bank of Canada, Piper Jaffray and Thomson Reuters, where he built relationships with some of the world’s largest hedge funds, asset managers, corporations, and public pension plans.
Dale is the Managing Partner at Adaptive Growth Leadership, a professional services firm focused on sales and leadership training, coaching and strategy business initiatives centered on customer engagement and corporate culture development.
At WBGO, he hosts The Great Wealth Divide, a podcast presented by
JPMorgan Chase & Co.
On the fourth episode of The Great Wealth Divide, Gabriela Tejedor and Miguel Martinez-Saenz join host Dale Favors to talk about the crucial role that education plays in financial inequality — and how to address the problem.
How Public Policy and Industry Practices Deepened Housing Disparities for Black and Latinx CommunitiesEpisode 3 of The Great Wealth Divide puts the focus on housing disparities for Black and Latinx communities, including the history of destructive government and real estate industry practices, such as redlining and disinvestment, that negatively affected access to affordable housing and home ownership.
On the second episode of The Great Wealth Divide, we discuss how inadequate access to investment capital, financial education, mentorship, banking, and credit have all contributed to creating a significant disadvantage for Black and Latinx families.