In partnership with the Center on Crime and Community Resilience at Northeastern University and the University of Chicago Crime Lab, PayPal will fund the formation of a research collaborative to better understand payment methods that are used to finance illegally-sourced firearms in the United States, and to generate actionable insights and guide efforts to combat illegal firearm distribution. This is part of PayPal’s commitment to reduce and eliminate firearm-related violence.
In addition to their day jobs where Stephen Caesar serves as our Global Head of Compliance Audit, and Lisa Poletti is a Director of Program Management, they are also the Global Co-Chairs of Amplify, PayPal’s D&I community for black employees.
Madeleine Albright was the first woman to serve as the U.S. Secretary of State. She was also Ambassador to the United Nations and a recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian honor in the United States. Her accolades and honors are as extensive as her brooch collection, which she uses as a form of personal expression.
PayPal President and CEO, Dan Schulman, speaks with Alex Cross, President of Serve on the importance of helping veterans return to civilian life after their military service.
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This Veterans Day, PayPal President and CEO, Dan Schulman, spoke with Alex Cross, President of Serve – PayPal’s employee resource group for veterans and allies. The two discussed the importance of helping veterans successfully transition from military service into civilian careers, why veterans are an important talent pool, and the unique skill sets veterans bring to the workforce.
We recently hosted DICK’S Sporting Goods CEO Ed Stack at PayPal’s VP+ leadership team meeting in San Jose. I knew I also wanted Ed to join me for a #NeverStandStill episode so that his inspiring message could be shared more broadly.
Dan Schulman, PayPal President and CEO, sits down with Jennifer Pulido, an Integration Engineer and the Global Co-Chair of Aliados, PayPal’s employee resource group for LatinX employees and allies, to discuss how the company is celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month and building a more inclusive workplace.
If there’s anyone who understands my “Never Stand Still” mantra, it’s Nasdaq President and CEO Adena Friedman. As a black belt in Taekwondo, Adena knows how to give a hit, take a hit, and get back up again even more ready to tackle the next challenge.
Kaiser Permanente Chairman and CEO Bernard J. Tyson has a long history with the company—34 years to be exact. He has had a spectacular career at Kaiser, beginning as an intern and serving in roles from hospital administrator and division president to chief operating officer. In fact, Bernard was such a standout employee that he was hired full time before he’d completed his internship. He jokes that he still owes the company three months of work at an intern’s salary.
Many of you likely know Jim Cramer as the host of CNBC’s “Mad Money,” through his best-selling books, or as Co-Founder of The Street. But Jim has had such a fascinating journey to get to this place in his career.