Danny Ludeman is accustomed to doing big deals involving big money. As CEO of Wells Fargo Advisors, he oversaw a trillion dollars in assets. That’s trillion with a T. What Ludeman is attempting to do now not only has a higher degree of difficulty but also puts in play vast human, social, and political capital that is impossible to quantify and hard to control or predict.
A Season of Gratitude
The end of the year always conjures up moments of reflection and feelings of gratitude. We think back over the year and reflect on the people who came into our […]
Concordance Names Dr. Roderick Nunn to Its Board of Directors
Concordance, a CARF accredited, re-entry non-profit headquartered in St. Louis, announced today that Dr. Roderick Nunn, Vice President of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at SSM Health and former Executive Vice […]
Concordance Raises $1 Million Through 2022 First Chance Gala to Support Re-Entry Services
Concordance, a CARF accredited, re-entry non-profit headquartered in St. Louis, announced today that it raised $1 million through its generous event sponsors and nearly 300 attendees at their 2022 First […]