More Than Money Careers was created for those who want to use their brain to follow their heart. Our process leverages brain sciences principles to help you clarify your values and goals, as well as successfully complete for responsible career opportunities that are a best fit for you!
Whether you are interested in a CSR job, a career in clean tech or sustainability, or are interested in working for a social enterprise, we are here to help you reach your responsible career goals faster!
Here is more information about the brains and hearts behind More Than Money Careers:
Dr. MARK ALBION, Co-Founder & Managing Partner – Dr. Mark Albion is a former Harvard Business School professor who has co-founded six organizations, including Net Impact. Most recently, he served in the Office of the President at Babson College, helping to integrate social values into the college. Mark has made over 600 visits to business schools on five continents to discuss purposeful careers, for which Business Week called him “the savior of b-school souls.” A New York Times Best Selling author, Mark has written seven books and over 200 articles on responsible career decision making. More Than Money Careers builds upon Mark’s most recent book, More Than Money: Questions Every MBA Needs to Answer. In fall 2008, the book was distributed electronically to up to 55,000 MBA students at 75 business schools. A complementary animated film, “The Good Life Parable: An MBA Meets a Fisherman” found on YouTube, has won several film festival awards for challenging traditional definitions of success. Mark received his A.B., his joint MA/MBA, as well as his joint DBA/PhD from Harvard University.
Dr. MRIM BOUTLA, Co-Founder & Managing Partner – Dr. Mrim Boutla is a brain scientist turned career coach turned social entrepreneur. Mrim is proud to be a first generation college student who paid her way through college and graduated debt free with her Bsc in Psychology from the Unversité Catholique de Louvain (Belgium), as well as her MA and PhD in Brain and Cognitive Sciences from the University of Rochester. Her research on brain plasticity and working memory has been published in a variety of peer-reviewed journals, including Nature Neuroscience, Psychological Science, Cognition and Cerebral Cortex. Both at Brown University and at the Kelley School of Business (Indiana University), Mrim leveraged her brain-based coaching method to help hundreds of liberal arts graduates, MBA students and PhD candidates successfully compete for career opportunities in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), social enterprise, and sustainable business. Blending her life experiences, her 10 years of studying how the brain works and her in-depth knowledge of career planning and job search techniques, Mrim has developed a proven brain-based career development methodology that will help you accelerate your learning and amplify your career impact. Mrim has written extensively about values-driven careers on the Justmeans Responsible Careers Blog. Beyond empowering emerging and established leaders to use their brain to follow their heart, Mrim particularly enjoys lazy Sundays watching NBA games with her husband and their 6-year old daughter.