I’m presently with my family in Oahu, Hawaii, to celebrate my dad’s 80th birthday. In the spirit of this being a big blowout celebration, my dad upgraded us to first-class for the five-hour flight here from Los Angeles. At first, […]
In August of 2021, just as Capital Good Fund was launching our solar lending pilot, I wrote an article, Say It Ain’t So, Solar Lenders!, about some unsavory practices in the industry. Since then, several things of note have happened. First, Capital […]
Terns carry no pass- port, respect no borders, write long-titled haiku – Read The Family-Separation Files here
I am no less a propagandist than you. I understand the impulse to
spend hours at a sleepy train station for the chance to…
After work, I rest in the wispy warmth of a waning
December sun. On the table by the window, piles
of half-read books leer at me and I at them.
In the fading light, a hawk swoops by, hungry.
Hungry, I reach for my phone; looking down,
I spot a pile of dust, make a note to sweep it up
Last night I dreamt of the perfect opening line
to a poem that would, I had no doubt, piece
back together the crumbling world. It was a line
that drew you in, breathless, that made you drop
everything—coffee, that online shopping cart
one click from arriving at your door—and pay…
I am the Founder & CEO of Capital Good Fund, a nonprofit social venture seeking to tackle poverty through financial services. I am also a writer, poet, cyclist, and avid reader. Enjoy my blog!