MARK ALBION is a former Harvard Business School professor who co-founded six organizations, including Net Impact. Albion has made more than 600 visits to business schools on five continents to discuss purposeful careers, for which Business Week called him “the savior of business school souls.” Mark wrote 7 books as well as over 160 newsletters and articles on responsible career decision making. The More Than Money League builds upon Albion’s most recent book, More Than Money: Questions Every MBA Needs to Answer. In the fall of 2008, the book was distributed electronically to up to 55,000 MBA students at 75 business schools. The three-minute animated movie, “The Good Life Parable: An MBA Meets a Fisherman,” from the book received a number of honors, including being selected as an official short-film at the Wild and Scenic Environmental Film Festival.
MRIM BOUTLA is a brain scientist turned career coach turned social entrepreneur. Both at Brown University and at the Kelley School of Business (Indiana University), Mrim has successfully coached hundreds of liberal arts graduates, MBA students and PhD candidates interested in pursuing careers that successfully blend financial return with social impact and environmental responsibility. By combining her 10 years of studying how the brain works with her in depth knowledge of career planning, career switching strategies and job search techniques, Mrim has developed proven career management and job search systems that will make your career and job search faster and easier.