Valerie Red-Horse Mohl, of Cherokee ancestry, is the Executive Director of Social Venture Circle, a non-profit organization with 57 years of combined experience leading the way in the field of social impact; building and galvanizing the business world to create social, economic, and environmental change.
She is also the owner/founder of Red-Horse Financial Group, Inc., and has more than 30 years of in-depth experience in the financial services and investment banking industry with a unique expertise in the tribal government sector. Red-Horse Mohl has raised and structured over $3 billion in capital for tribal nations and holds seven FINRA registrations.
She is also the owner/founder of Red-Horse Native Productions, Inc., a film and television production company primarily focused on bringing important social impact documentaries to the screen for which Red-Horse Mohl produces, writes and directs.
Red-Horse Mohl was inducted into the NAWBO (National Association of Women Business Owners) Hall of Fame in 2008. She was recently appointed to the Board of Stanford University’s Center for the Comparative Study of Race and Ethnicity and will be teaching a Stanford course on Entrepreneurship for Race and Social Equity in 2019. Red-Horse Mohl earned a B.A. with Cum Laude honors from UCLA, has been married to former NFL football player Curt Mohl since 1982 and the couple has three children: Courtney (Stanford ‘07), Derek (California Lutheran ‘12) and Chelsea (Stanford ‘20).