Franklin Mora is from New York City and a first generation Ecuadorian-American. He went to high school in Connecticut, college in Vermont, and lived in Spain during my Junior year in college. He worked in microfinance after college, and soon after as executive assistant to a billionaire entrepreneur. He then spent 6 years in economic development working with small businesses before going to business school at the University of Michigan. He went to work on Wall Street as an Investment Banker, and now is doing freelance consulting as he searches for his next opportunity.
About our discussion he says, "I want to talk about personal and professional growth. Specifically, about the inflection points that we need to be aware of in order to make decisions that will be best for each individual's life. In short it would be a discussion about how and why we should limit self-judgment and society's judgment in order to make decisions that at the end of the day will benefit your professional and personal growth."
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