Lisa Hall, former president and CEO of Calvert, is now a Co-Managing Director of Impact Investing with Anthos Asset Management. At both firms, she has developed ways to invest in women, empower female investors, and move the conversation from charity to social investing.
As co-founder and CEO of Flat World Partners, Anna-Marie Wascher combines the philanthropic spirit of nonprofits, the sustainable business development models of microfinance, and her experience working as an investment consultant to shift the world of investing to focus on meaningful and profitable impact.
An inclusive economy is one that prioritizes workplace diversity, that demands equal pay for equal work and that benefits all. Leaders including Gerry Valentine and Tiffany Jana weigh in.
Neill Duffy of Purpose + Sport is working to make sure that big events such as Super Bowl 50 become sustainable sporting events, decreasing their environmental footprints and making them more purposeful.
As a consultant helping companies become more conscientious, Honeyman isn’t interested in what he sees as the usual “sustainability lite” tactics. Now, he’s working with his firm to put money where his values are by launching a B-Corp only investment fund and accelerator.
From Colonial Quakers to Silicon Valley billionaires, impact investing has put dollars to use to bring about change via funding social enterprise. Today, investors are doing so in smarter ways than ever.
By up cycling pre-consumer excess materials that would normally become waste, Looptworks is a pioneer in environmental stewardship. Its repurposed goods include bags, wallets and everyday apparel.
After her own tech-industry successes, Ela Madej co-founded Fifty Years with Seth Bannon to provide startup funding to high-impact, solutions-oriented entrepreneurs. The investors say they believe it is the best way to solve some of the world’s biggest problems. Here’s why.