Krull & Company Enters the Charlotte Market

We are very excited to announce that Leesa Childress Sluder has joined Krull & Company as an Investment Advisor. Leesa brings with her a wealth of experience as a former banking executive and a consultant focusing on the triple bottom line.

Leesa has an extensive background in working with Fortune 500 executives, professionals, and small business owners. She served as president and principal consultant of Triple Bottom Line Consulting. Prior to TBL, she spent time working for three major corporations: Citibank, Cone Mills Corporation, and Bank of America, among other things, as a Managing Director/Senior Vice President.

In her role with Krull & Company, Leesa draws upon the experience of over twenty-five years of corporate finance work, her Masters of Psychology degree, and seven years of professional consulting and coaching work with hundreds of clients.  She helps clients to not only plan and invest, but to empower them to be positive changemakers through their investments. She strongly believes in the power of intentional investing and the impact it can have on the world.

Leesa and her husband Todd live at Lake Norman, but also enjoy spending time in her hometown of Asheville, NC.

She can be contacted directly here or by calling 877-235-3684.

 

On the French Revolution

Excellent opinion piece by Alan Feuer in the New York Times this weekend regarding global income inequality. Mr. Feuer writes about how some billionaires are coming out and discussing the need for change to a more equitable and sustainable system.

Sustainability can be viewed in many ways – environmental is what we typically see, but it also applies to business and economics. The system that we currently have where assets continually rise to a monied and powerful few is NOT sustainable. A system where everybody has true opportunity, regardless of their background is needed.

We talk a good game when it comes to opportunity here in the United States, but the reality is far from the rhetoric. We aren’t ready for an uprising yet…or are we?

Enjoy Mr. Feuer’s article