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The NCEO Conference—and the Prospects for Employee Ownership

Redesigning the enterprise

Jessica Rose—The Democracy Collaborative’s Chief Financial Officer and Director of Employee Ownership Programs—is mentioned in Employee-Owned America:

To date, virtually every ESOP has come about because an individual company owner or family decided to sell their company to its employees. Who else might take the initiative? Jessica Rose of Fifty by Fifty suggested in one session that impact investors might themselves begin to act as agents, working through private equity firms to invest in ESOPs, particularly in depressed areas (see this article).

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