Homero Radway

Founder, Quarks

Homero Radway

Homero Radway (he/him) is Founder of Quarks, a family-run media production company specializing in audio and visual art through a Black Queer lens. Homero’s passion for storytelling and twenty years of financial industry experience intersect at connecting people through stories and connecting communities with capital. 

Homero engages in the structuring of creative financing for projects and intiatives that catalyze solutions driving: poverty elimination, racial and gender equality, health and well being, sustainable cities, and a peaceful and just world. Homero is a financier, producer, writer, podcaster and actor. His production work includes The Cheat Code, #Triggered, HBO Between The World And Me and Birthright. His family can be heard on the Raising Rebels podcast.

Previously, Homero served as Managing Director at Neighborly, an investment platform focused on democratizing access to capital. Before entering the FinTech industry, Homero worked at several large financial institutions - JP Morgan Chase, Morgan Stanley, T. Rowe Price, Credit Suisse, and Lehman Brothers - as a leader in municipal finance and fixed income products as a portfolio manager, bond trader, and underwriter.

Homero received his MBA in Finance and Financial Management Services from Georgetown University and his BS in Applied Economics from Cornell University. He enjoys exploring the world with his wife, Noleca, and their daughters Blu, Moxie and Glory.