Finding Allies on Wall Street – Carla in Bloomberg Markets

Finding Allies on Wall Street – Carla in Bloomberg Markets

Bloomberg Markets recently interviewed Carla for their series of articles on the Black experience on Wall Street. In the interview, Carla shares her journey from the beginnings of her interest in finance, challenges she faced on her way up, and the state of diversity...

Carla’s Advice to Students Interested in Finance

Carla recently visited Cornell to give a talk called “Tools For Maximizing Your Career Success”. The Cornell Daily Sun has a report on the talk with several Pearls to take away, and the Cornell SC Johnson College of Business has this playlist of...
Carla on Today: How to Nail Tricky Job Interview Questions

Carla on Today: How to Nail Tricky Job Interview Questions

Carla and Mike Steib dropped by Today to share their insights into dealing with unexpected interview questions. Catch the the clips below! UPDATE: 6/26/17 Today aired a follow up clip with more interview questions. Here it is: UPDATE: 7/26/17 Carla and Mike return to...
Carla in Forbes: Working Hard Is Not Enough

Carla in Forbes: Working Hard Is Not Enough

In a recent interview with Michelle King, Carla shared more #CarlasPearls for women in the workplace. Catch the highlights below, and read the full interview on Forbes.com Harris says that one of the keys to her success was refocusing her efforts on building...
Carla at the Executive Leadership Council’s Annual Recognition Gala

Carla at the Executive Leadership Council’s Annual Recognition Gala

If you have been invited to the room, you belong in the room. If you are in the room then you have a seat at the table. If you have a seat at the table then you have a responsibility to speak. —Carla A. Harris, Vice Chairman, Global Wealth Management, and Senior...
Carla on Today: How to Nail Tricky Job Interview Questions

What These 6 Job Interview Questions Really Mean

Business Insider asked Carla to help demystify six job interview questions that, while common, can be difficult to answer: If you think the most common interview questions are often the most difficult to answer, then you’re not alone. More people trip up on things...