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.
Concordance President & COO, Michelle Smith, Featured in PBS Article
Concordance President & COO, Michelle Smith was recently featured in an article for PBS NewsHour, covering untreated dental issues and dental care in the context of mass incarceration. Michelle speaks […]
2021 Concordance Annual Report
“With each passing year, I am continuously humbled by the resilience of our participants and the support we receive from investors, partners, board members, and our team.” – Chairman and CEO Danny Ludeman
Supporting First Chances Through Fair Chance Hiring
The world of work is in transition. Results from the recent State of the Workplace Study from the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) found that 84% of organizations reported […]