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Redesigning the enterprise

Jessica Rose—The Democracy Collaborative’s Chief Financial Officer and Director of Employee Ownership Programs—talks employee ownership in the Mendoza Business Magazine.

“If employee ownership is so great, why aren’t there more employee-owned businesses?” Jessica Rose (MBA ’14) says this question is often on her mind. Rose, who won Mendoza’s Alumni Award in 2018, serves as CFO and director of employee ownership programs at a nonprofit called the Democracy Collaborative. It is her job to help people who are interested in employee ownership to start businesses or make the switch from traditional forms of ownership.

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