End Poverty Make Trillions
End Poverty Make Trillions is a fiscally and socially responsible movement to eradicate poverty in America. Join the Harvard Club of Southern California and the Harvard Black Alumni Society LA Chapter as we explore and discuss this intriguing proposal with its founder, Darryl W. Finkton Jr. ’10.
Tuesday, September 27, 2022 @ 7:00-8:00 pm
Virtual event via zoom (link will be sent the day before the event)
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The economic costs of childhood poverty alone are $1Trn a year, and an estimated 170,000 Americans die from poverty related illness annually.
‘Seed Money’ grants at the federal poverty guidelines will eliminate all poverty amongst American citizens. If we provide seed money to every American and simply tax back that income for those already well above the FPGs, the net cost for eradicating poverty drops to below $200Bn. That is an annual return of $800Bn. Over 10 years, these seed money grants would generate a return of over $8 Trillion, save 1.7 Million lives, and lift 34 million Americans out of poverty.
Darryl is an investor, community organizer and Rhodes Scholar. He co-founded a $200M+ public/private equity fund before stepping down to manage End Poverty. Make Trillions full-time in 2021. Darryl has extensive experience in finance, policy, research, economics, public health, asset management, and social reform. He has driven strategic decision-making at leading institutions such as McKinsey & Co., Evolent Health, and Genentech. Darryl graduated with honors from Harvard with a degree in Neurobiology and African-American Studies. Darryl graduated from Oxford University with advanced degrees in Epidemiology and Public Health.
7:00PM - 8:00PM Tue 27 Sep 2022, Pacific timezone
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