By Dustin Moody
September 15, 2021
What are the challenges that today’s business leaders face? How can a solid faith foundation equip leaders as they navigate the complexities of business life? And how can businesses be a force for good on behalf of the gospel in their communities?
At Business for the Common Good 2021, Jeff Haanen, founder and CEO of Denver Institute for Faith & Work, talked with Michael Arrieta as part of our closing executive interview. Check out our lineup of speakers for BCG 2022, and join us in Denver or anywhere online on Friday, February 25 for more conversations just like this one.
About Michael Arietta
Born and raised in Puerto Rico, Michael serves as the founder and CEO of Garden City, a purpose-driven buyout holding company that has raised $40M of permanent capital to buy, grow, and forever-hold service companies across the Southeast. Most recently, Michael was an early employee at DocuSign where he served as global vice president, general manager, and chief of staff to the CEO. In 2016, Michael founded MAV Ventures, a venture capital group that has invested in more than twenty companies ranging from technology to healthcare to consumer goods. Michael also co-founded New Story, a nonprofit that has built over 2,000 homes in developing countries and was recognized for creating the world’s first-ever 3-D home printer.