How a Former Social Worker Turned Her Traumatic Brain Injury into a Quest for Financial Literacy

After a car accident in 2012 left Ruby Taylor with a brain injury, she was forced to retire as a school social worker and faced eviction from her condo. The parent of a former student was helping Taylor with some financial and legal advice and asked her if she had any investments to fall back on. She didn’t, but that moment gave her an idea for a business: closing the racial wealth gap through financial literacy and education.