At 25, Jacqueline Novogratz left a cushy job as a banker and took off for ...Rwanda. Her aim? To start a microfinance institution for low-income people. In this interview, hear why Jacqueline Novogratz, founder and CEO of Acumen, an organization that invests money into companies tackling poverty, took the leap into financing people hard hit by their country's economy, politics and sectarian violence. Find out why she feels the meaning of success needs to be questioned and why the business world needs to expand its view of capital.