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Investment and Asset Management

FT Investing for Good USA

Innovative Finance and the Gender Lens Opportunity

New York |
Speakers include:
Maya  Chorengel

Maya Chorengel

The Rise Fund

Jackie VanderBrug

Jackie VanderBrug

Bank of America Corporation, Global Wealth and Investment Management

Mary Ellen Iskenderian

Mary Ellen Iskenderian

Women's World Banking

Overview

Gender equality is a critical pillar of a healthy society and economy. And a growing body of evidence suggests that empowering women is critical to boosting global prosperity. Yet for decades insufficient attention and funding has been directed towards women’s rights, women’s economic empowerment and gender equality in business, government and broader society. While in recent years, stakeholders from philanthropists to policy makers have been pushing for equality between women and men, the recognition that equality is also good for business and the economy has prompted another constituent to join the movement: investors.

From companies promoting women as senior executives to those providing services to women and girls in developing countries, FT Investing for Good USA 2018 will explore the opportunities for gender lens investors to contribute to supporting women’s equality while also generating a return.

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fallback Add to my Calendar 12/04/2018 08:15:0012/04/2018 18:30:00trueFT Investing for Good USAGender equality is a critical pillar of a healthy society and economy. And a growing body of evidence suggests that empowering women is critical to boosting global prosperity. Yet for decades insufficient attention and funding has been directed towards women’s rights, women’s economic empowerment and gender equality in business, government and broader society. While in recent years, stakeholders from philanthropists to policy makers have been pushing for equality between women and men, the recognition that equality is also good for business and the economy has prompted another constituent to join the movement: investors.From companies promoting women as senior executives to those providing services to women and girls in developing countries, FT Investing for Good USA 2018 will explore the opportunities for gender lens investors to contribute to supporting women’s equality while also generating a return.FT-Investing-for-Good-USAd5f9f647ee0ec5873baa733691ad1bb3MM/DD/YYYY

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Maya  Chorengel

Maya Chorengel

Senior Partner, Impact
The Rise Fund

Maya Chorengel is Senior Partner, Impact, and Financial Services Sector Lead at The Rise Fund, which is focused on achieving social and environmental impact alongside competitive financial returns by partnering with entrepreneurs to build successful businesses that drive measurable positive change.

Ms Chorengel has more than 20 years of private equity, venture capital and impact investing experience. Before joining The Rise Fund, she co-founded Elevar Equity, a leading impact venture capital firm. Prior to co-founding Elevar she was Managing Director of the Dignity Fund, a private investment fund focused on local currency debt financing for high-growth microfinance institutions globally. She was previously at Warburg Pincus, based in its New York, Hong Kong and Menlo Park offices, investing in growth companies in a variety of industries. She first worked as an investment banker at James D. Wolfensohn (New York).

Ms Chorengel currently serves as a Director of Kiva, GloboKasNet and Salish|Growth. She also serves on the Industry Advisory Council of the US National Advisory Board on Impact Investing, the Advisory Board of the Harvard Business School Social Enterprise Initiative and Duke University’s CASE i3 Impact Initiative. She is an advisor to several other impact funds and organizations. She earned an AB in Social Studies from Harvard College and an MBA from Harvard Business School.

Jackie VanderBrug

Jackie VanderBrug

Managing Director and Head of Sustainable and Impact Investment Strategy, Chief Investment Office
Bank of America Corporation, Global Wealth and Investment Management

Jackie VanderBrug is a Managing Director and Head of Sustainable & Impact Investment Strategy for the Chief Investment Office (CIO) within Bank of America Corporation’s Global Wealth & Investment Management (GWIM) division. In this role, she is responsible for defining and executing investment strategies for Merrill Lynch Wealth Management and US Trust, Bank of America Private Wealth Management focusing on Impact Investing initiatives across all asset classes.

Before joining US Trust, Jackie was managing director at Criterion Ventures, a hybrid consulting firm, where she worked with high net worth individuals and large non-profits on impact strategies and led the development of the field of gender lens investing. She also led the business development of the start-up team at technology company iBasis, and, co-founded WORK IN PROGRESS, a non-profit social enterprise focused on career development for underprivileged youth. She started her career as a domestic policy analyst for the US Congress and as a strategy consultant for Fortune 500 firms.

Jackie received her MBA from the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan and her BS in Mathematics from Calvin College. She is an Aspen Institute First Movers Fellow and serves on the Board of the Trustees of the Donations.

Mary Ellen Iskenderian

Mary Ellen Iskenderian

President and CEO
Women's World Banking

Mary Ellen Iskenderian is President and CEO of Women’s World Banking, the global non-profit devoted to giving more low-income women access to the financial tools and resources they need to achieve security and prosperity. Ms Iskenderian joined Women’s World Banking in 2006 and leads the Women’s World Banking global team, based in New York. She also serves as a member of the Investment Committee of its $50m impact investment fund.

Before joining Women’s World Banking, Ms Iskenderian worked for 17 years at the International Finance Corporation, the private sector arm of the World Bank. Before that, she worked for the investment bank Lehman Brothers.

Ms. Iskenderian is a permanent member of the Council on Foreign Relations, a 2017 Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Center Fellow, as well as a member of the Women’s Forum of New York and the Business and Sustainable Development Commission. Ms Iskenderian holds an MBA from the Yale School of Management and a Bachelor of Science in International Economics from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service.

Jenny Abramson

Jenny Abramson

Founder and Managing Partner
Rethink Impact

Jenny Abramson is the Founder and Managing Partner of Rethink Impact, a venture capital firm investing in female leaders using technology to solve the world’s biggest problems. An executive and entrepreneur, she has held a range of leadership roles in the impact tech sector, in education, personal data and media.

Jenny previously served as CEO of LiveSafe, a mobile security company focused on preventing school shootings and sexual assaults. She also held senior business roles at The Washington Post, Personal (a data tech company), and The Boston Consulting Group. In the education and social sector, Jenny oversaw the Transformation Management Office for DC Public Schools Chancellor Rhee and served as the Director of Strategy and Development at Teach for America.

Jenny is a trustee on four boards. She received a BA and an MA from Stanford, graduating with honors and Phi Beta Kappa. She has an MBA with honors and the Dean’s Award from Harvard Business School. She was also a Fulbright Scholar focusing on Human Genomics at The London School of Economics. She was named Top 40 Under 40, a DC Power Women in Tech and a DC Tech Titan.

Joy Anderson

Joy Anderson

President and Founder
Criterion Institute

Joy Anderson is President and Founder of the Criterion Institute, a think tank focusing on using finance as a tool for social change. A leader in the field of gender lens investing, she founded the Criterion Institute in 2002. Over the past two years, she has facilitated public and private TOOLKIT Workshops with individuals from more than 200 organizations to experiment with ways to use finance systems as tools for social change.

She has served in multiple leadership roles in the development of impact investing, including co-founding Good Capital in 2008 and serving as founding board chair of Village Capital. In 2017, she wrote and published “A Blueprint for Women’s Funds on Using Finance as a Tool for Social Change” in partnership with Global Fund for Women and Ms. Foundation with support from the Wallace Global Fund. In 2015 she wrote USAID’s “Gender Lens Investing in Asia” report and published “The State of the Field of Gender Lens Investing.”

In 2011, she was named one of the 100 most creative leaders in business by Fast Company. She holds a PhD in American History from New York University.

Allie Burns

Allie Burns

Managing Director
Village Capital

Allie Burns is Managing Director at Village Capital, bringing more than 16 years of experience working with entrepreneurs and innovators at the intersection of tech and social change.

Allie previously served as a senior executive at Revolution and the Case Foundation, the venture capital firm and private family foundation created by former AOL executives Jean and Steve Case, where she led the organization's' communications and marketing teams. She has also held positions at Discovery, AOL and Atlas Venture among others.

Allie is a graduate of Boston University and holds an MBA from Thunderbird School of Global Management.

Matt Christensen

Matt Christensen

Global Head of Responsible Investment
AXA Investment Managers

Since joining AXA Investment Managers (AXA IM) in 2011, Matt Christensen has directed the firm’s responsible and impact investment activities. His key recent projects
include the implementation of an ESG (environmental, social and governance) integration approach across AXA IM’s asset classes, as well as the development of impact investment strategies.

Matt has been a leading voice in the fields of responsible and impact investment and was a member of the European Commission's Co-ordination Committee, which was established to explore the future of sustainability policy and legislation in the European Union. He held the position of Founding Executive Director of the research institute Eurosif from 2002 until his appointment at AXA IM. Before that, Matt advised European clients as a strategy consultant with Braxton Associates/Deloitte Consulting, before becoming business development director of the Motley Fool, a multimedia financial-services company.

He holds MBA and MA degrees from the University of Pennsylvania through the Wharton/Lauder programme.

Stephanie Cohn Rupp

Stephanie Cohn Rupp

Managing Director
Tiedemann Advisors

Stephanie Cohn Rupp is Managing Director of Tiedemann Advisors and oversees the firm’s impact investing service offering. She joined Tiedemann when the firm merged with the Threshold Group in January 2018.

Before joining Threshold, Ms Cohn Rupp was CEO of Toniic, a global impact investor network. Prior to Toniic, she was a senior investment team member at Omidyar Network where she managed early-stage investments in South Asia, West Africa and Latin America. She has held positions at UBS Investment Bank in New York City and London, and at Planet Finance in Paris, France, as well as at ACDI/VOCA, an international development non-profit organization in Washington DC, originating loans to microfinance institutions in Central Asia, Russia and Latin America. She also served as a consultant to the World Bank and Unesco, with a focus on education finance in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Ms Cohn Rupp is a member of the IA50 Review Committee of ImpactAssets and has co-authored a book with Jed Emerson, The ImpactAssets Handbook for Impact Investors. She holds a Bachelor of Science in philosophy and politics from Bristol University, England, a Master of Science from the London School of Economics, and a Master in Public Administration from Harvard’s Kennedy School focused on trade and finance.

Ron Cordes

Ron Cordes

Co-Founder
The Cordes Foundation

Ron Cordes is Co-Founder of the Cordes Foundation. Ron spent more than 30 years in the investment industry. He was a co-founder and CEO of AssetMark, a leading US managed account platform with more than $40bn of assets under management.

Since co-founding the Cordes Foundation in 2006 with his wife, Marty, Ron has focused on impact investing and social entrepreneurship and currently serves on the boards of MicroVest, ImpactAssets, Align Impact, Fair Trade USA, and the Social Impact Lab at Lynn University. He is Senior Advisor to Lovell Minnick Partners. He is co-author of “The Art of Investing” published by McGraw Hill, and he was an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year.

Janet Cowell

Janet Cowell

CEO
Girls Who Invest

Janet Cowell is Chief Executive Officer for Girls Who Invest, a non-profit organization dedicated to increasing the number of women in portfolio management and leadership in the asset management industry. Before joining Girls Who Invest, she spent 15 years holding publicly elected offices in North Carolina. The first woman elected State Treasurer, she managed more than $100bn in assets, and health and retirement benefits, for more than 900,000 members. During her eight years as Treasurer, Janet maintained North Carolina’s AAA bond rating – one of only 10 states with a AAA bond rating from all three rating agencies – and grew pension assets from $60 to $90bn, achieving an eight-year return of more than 7.5 per cent.

Prior to public service, she held positions in the private sector in the US and abroad. She was a securities analyst for Lehman Brothers and HSBC in Hong Kong and Southeast Asia, and a business consultant with Sibson & Company working with US Fortune 500 companies. Janet chairs the Executive Education Board of the Wharton School of Business. During her time as Treasurer, she was a member of the North Carolina Community College Board and State School Board.

She serves on the boards of James River Group Insurance, Channel Advisor, and international human development agency FHI360, in addition to volunteering for various non-profits. She is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and earned her MBA and MA in International Studies from the Wharton School of Business and the Lauder Institute.

Olympia De Castro

Olympia De Castro

Co-Founder and Partner
Community Investment Management

Olympia De Castro is Co-Founder and Partner of Community Investment Management (CIM), an institutional impact investment asset manager that provides strategic debt financing to underserved borrowers in the US. In this role, she focuses on strategy and investments.

Olympia has 18 years of experience in the financial services industry where she held roles at several private investment and advisory firms. She was a Director at Global Securities Capital Partners, where she focused on middle market private equity opportunities in Colombia. At Louis Berger Group, she provided financial advisory services to multilaterals and governments on infrastructure and development projects. At the International Finance Corporation, the private sector arm of the World Bank, she worked under the Global SME Banking group and focused on improving global access to finance for small and medium enterprises. Olympia has also held roles at Goldman Sachs and Bank of America, in the investment banking, private wealth and merchant banking divisions.

She received a MIA in economic and political development from Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs and a BA in finance from the University of Miami.

Laura Frigenti

Laura Frigenti

Global Head
IDAS Institute KPMG

Laura Frigenti is Global Head of KPMG’s International Development Assistance Services (IDAS) Institute. With in-depth knowledge and expertise of Africa, Central Asia, Europe and Latin America markets and direct experience in dealing with political and business leaders in more than 30 countries, she acquired her strategic and managerial leadership skills working with international, non-profit, government and economic organizations, including the World Bank and United Nations. For more than 25 years, she has delivered advisory services and lending products to governments, both directly managing the transactions and in supervisory roles.

From 2015 to 2018, Laura was Director General of the Italian Agency for Development Cooperation. In November 2015, she was appointed Director General, a cabinet-level position, of the newly established Agency for Development Cooperation. There, she was responsible for setting up the new agency, defining its overall strategy, selecting and managing all senior staff, defining process for recruiting international and local staff and for communications and public affairs.

From 2014 to 2015, she was Vice President of the Global Development Practice at InterAction, the largest umbrella organization of US-based international non-governmental organisations, where she led the work on a range of issues, from changes in the global ecosystem and their impact on the non-profit community to convergence with the private sector and innovative financing instruments such as impact investing. She also developed partnership programmes between the private and non-profit sectors.

Alyssa Greenspan

Alyssa Greenspan

President & Chief Operation Officer
Community Capital Management

Alyssa Greenspan is President and Chief Operating Officer of Community Capital Management (CCM), an asset management firm specialising in market-rate impact/ESG investing in fixed income, equities and liquid alternative strategies. She is responsible for creating long- and short-term strategies for the sales and marketing of products and services, for the operations of the firm and overseeing risk management, including portfolio compliance and client service.

Alyssa began her career at Northern Trust Bank before joining Morningstar as a senior equity analyst covering the financial services sector. In 2003, she joined CCM as a portfolio manager and was promoted to chief operating officer in 2009 and president in 2015. In 2016, Alyssa was re-elected to a second term on the board of directors of US SIF, The Forum for Sustainable and Responsible Investment Board. She is a director of Impact Shares, which offers socially conscious ETFs with an evolving set of criteria defined by non-profit partners.

Alyssa works with Women United of the United Way of Broward County, which focuses on education, inspiring, and empowering women of all ages, and is part of the Junior Achievement’s Circle of Wise Women, which teaches elementary students about their roles as individuals, workers and consumers and prepares middle and high school students for economic and workforce issues.

Alyssa received a BSM in Finance from Tulane University and an MBA from the University of Miami. She is a CFA Charterholder and holds FINRA licenses: Series 6, 7, 24, 26 & 63.

Leila Janah

Leila Janah

Founder and CEO
Samasource and LXMI

Leila Janah is the Founder and CEO of Samasource and LXMI, two companies that go beyond charity to #givework to low-income people around the world using cutting-edge social enterprise models in technology and luxury skincare, respectively. She is the author of Give Work: Reversing Poverty One Job at a Time, released by Penguin Portfolio in September 2017. 

Prior to that, Ms Janah was a Visiting Scholar with the Stanford Program on Global Justice and Australian National University’s Center for Applied Philosophy and Public Ethics. She was a founding Director of Incentives for Global Health, and a management consultant at Katzenbach Partners (now Booz & Co.).

Ms Janah is a Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum, a Director of CARE USA, a 2012 TechFellow, recipient of the inaugural Club de Madrid Young Leadership Award, and the youngest person to win a Heinz Award in 2014. She was named one of Fortune’s Most Promising Entrepreneurs in 2014 and was the subject of cover stories in Entrepreneur, Fast Company, and Conscious Company Magazines. She received a BA from Harvard.

Andrea Jung

Andrea Jung

President and CEO
Grameen America

Andrea Jung is President and CEO of Grameen America. Ms Jung joined Grameen America with the goal of scaling up the organisation to solve economic problems for women and their families across the country. To date, the organisation has invested more than $820 million in low-income women entrepreneurs across the country.

Ms Jung is the former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Avon Products, where she was CEO from 1999 to April 2012, and as Chairman from 2001 to December 2012. Throughout her professional career, Ms Jung ranked consistently among the top leaders on lists including Fortune magazine's “Most Powerful Women in Business,” Forbes magazine's “Most Powerful Women in the World,” and the Financial Times' “Top Women in World Business”.

Ms Jung is a graduate of Princeton University. She is a member of the Board of Directors of Apple and Daimler. She also serves on the Committee for Economic Development, an independent, non-profit, nonpartisan American think tank.

Erika Karp

Erika Karp

Founder and CEO
Cornerstone Capital

Erika Karp is the Founder and CEO of Cornerstone Capital. Cornerstone was created to increase the flow of capital into a more regenerative and inclusive global economy. The firm seeks to optimize investment performance together with social impact through rigorous research that systematically integrates Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) factors into portfolio design.

Prior to launching Cornerstone, Erika was Managing Director and Head of Global Sector Research at UBS Investment Bank, where she chaired the UBS Global Investment Review Committee. Erika served on the UBS Securities Research Executive Committee and the Environmental and Human Rights Committee of the UBS Group Executive Board.

Erika is a Founding Board member of the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB), a member of CECP’s Strategic Investor Initiative Advisory Board, and an advisor to the Omidyar Network’s Know the Chain initiative. She served as an advisor the Clinton Global Initiative, and a member of the World Economic Forum

For driving collaboration across the capital markets, she has been named among the nation’s “Top 50 Women in Wealth” by AdvisorOne; one of the “Purpose Economy 100,” the “Good 100” and one of 50 “Conscious Capitalists” who are “Transforming Wall Street.” She holds an MBA in Finance from Columbia University and a BS in Economics from the Wharton School.

Susan Keating

Susan Keating

CEO
WomenCorporateDirectors Foundation

Susan Keating became CEO of the WomenCorporateDirectors Foundation (WCD) on December 1, 2017.

Before joining WCD, Susan was President and Chief Executive Officer of the National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC), the largest and longest-serving non-profit credit counselling organisation in the US. Under her leadership NFCC members improved the financial wellbeing of 26m people with the support of $88m in funding for housing programmes and $36m for other programmes promoting financial wellness and stability.

Susan spent 29 years in financial services before moving into the non-profit sector, serving as President and Chief Executive of Allfirst Financial, the largest US holding of Allied Irish Banks (AIB Group). Her additional experience includes managerial and leadership roles with NationsBank, MNC Financial and First Bank System.

Kay Koplovitz

Kay Koplovitz

Co-Founder and Chairman
Springboard Enterprises

Kay Koplovitz is Co-Founder of Springboard Enterprises, an accelerator and global community of women entrepreneurs. In 2016, she co-founded Springboard Growth Capital to bring growth-stage investments to technology and life sciences companies emerging from Springboard Enterprises’ ecosystem.

Since 2000, Kay has served as Chairman of Springboard Enterprises, a venture-catalyst accelerator that works to bring women founders leading transformational businesses to full parity in raising capital. Springboard Enterprises has raised $8.6bn in capital with 186 exits and 17 IPOs. Companies in the portfolio include technology and life sciences enterprises.

In 2014, Kay co-founded the New York Fashion Tech Lab bringing promising technology companies in collaboration with the fashion and retail industry. She is Founder and former Chairman and CEO of USA Networks, the SyFy Channel (formerly Sci-Fi Channel), and USA Networks International, the cable television network. She ran the network for 21 years before stepping down in 1998, when it was sold for $4.5bn.

Kay serves on the board of ION Media Networks, Veniam and as trustee of The Paley Center for Media (Emeritus) and International Tennis Hall of Fame. She has previously served on the corporate boards of CA Technologies, Time Inc., Kate Spade (formerly Liz Claiborne), Oracle, Instinet, Nabisco, General Re and Sun New Media. In 1998, President Clinton appointed her as Chairman of the National Women’s Business Council (NWBC).

Saadia Madsbjerg

Saadia Madsbjerg

Managing Director
The Rockefeller Foundation

As Managing Director, Saadia Madsbjerg leads The Rockefeller Foundation’s work on Innovative Finance, overseeing its Zero Gap portfolio. Her responsibilities include developing next-generation finance mechanisms and large-scale blended finance funds that mobilise private sector capital towards the Sustainable Development Goals. Her work directly supports the foundation’s mission of promoting the wellbeing of humanity throughout the world.

Before joining The Rockefeller Foundation, Saadia was the Senior Vice President for Strategic Planning at the New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC). There she led a portfolio of projects focused on transformative opportunities to creating more equitable and resilient growth for New York City. These included ideas spanning economic diversification, promoting upward income mobility and economic and community development in underused neighbourhoods. Before joining NYCEDC, Saadia was head of the Strategy and Analytics team for Cisco’s TelePresence Technology Group, and an Associate Principal at McKinsey & Company.

She holds a Master of Science in Applied Economics and Finance from Copenhagen Business School and George Washington University, and a Bachelor of Science degree in International Business from Copenhagen Business School and Boston College.

Oksana Malysheva

Oksana Malysheva

Managing Partner and CEO
Sputnik ATX

Oksana Malysheva is a venture capitalist investor, entrepreneur and business executive. She is the Managing Partner and CEO of Sputnik ATX, an accelerator based in Austin, Texas, that funds maker-founders with ideas for creating positive change and works to create diverse teams with equal access to education, technology, and opportunity.

Oksana is also Managing Partner and President of Linden Venture Fund. Through the Linden Venture Fund, her investments have included universities for international students and education technology. Trained as a physicist, Oksana previously held top strategic roles at McKinsey and Motorola.

Born and raised in Soviet Union, Ukraine, Oksana earned her PhD in physics from the University of Pennsylvania.

Dorri McWhorter

Dorri McWhorter

CEO
YWCA Metropolitan Chicago

Since Dorri McWhorter became CEO of the YWCA Metropolitan Chicago in March 2013, she has worked to transform the 140-year-old social service agency to a 21st century social enterprise and moving the agency into the digital age by re-launching the TechGYRLS program, which focuses on developing STEM awareness for girls and introducing 3D: Developing Digital Diversity, which provides web and mobile application development training to adult women. Dorri the YWCA’s development of an exchange traded fund (ETF) for women’s empowerment called (WOMN) in partnership with Impact Shares, the first non-profit investment advisor to develop an ETF product.

Most recently, Dorri was a partner at Crowe Horwath, one of the largest accounting firms in the US. She has held senior positions with Snap-on Incorporated and Booz Allen Hamilton. She is has served as a member of the Board of Directors of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) and a Board of Directors for the Illinois CPA Society. She served as a member of Mayor Emanuel’s second term transition team.

She is on the board of directors for several organizations, including The Metropolitan Club, Chicago Finance Exchange and Chicago Child Care Society. She is a member of the Executive Council of Ms. Tech advancing women businesses in technology and a board member of the Chicago Center for Arts and Technology. She is also a board member for the State of Illinois Charitable Trust. Dorri received a bachelor of business administration degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and an MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management.

Kate Mitchell

Kate Mitchell

Co-Founder and Partner
Scale Venture Partners

Kate Mitchell is a Co-Founder of Scale Venture Partners, a Silicon Valley-based firm that invests in software companies creating the future of work. She and the ScaleVP team have backed successful, high-growth companies—including ExactTarget, Hubspot, Box, DocuSign, Locus Robotics, JFrog and Textio—that modernise the way we work, create and collaborate.

Kate is past chairman and board member of the National Venture Capital Association (NVCA) and is active in policy matters related to entrepreneurship, start-ups, innovation and inclusion. She co-authored the IPO section of the 2012 JOBS Act and is working on legislation to support small company IPOs and to increase the flow of immigrant entrepreneurs into the US. In 2014, Kate co-founded the NVCA Inclusion and Diversity Task Force, now called VentureForward, which focuses on advancing opportunities for women and minorities across the venture ecosystem.

She received the NVCA Outstanding Service Award in 2013 for her policy work on behalf of the venture industry and was awarded the Private Equity Trailblazer Award at the 2018 Women’s Private Equity Summit. Kate serves on the board of SVB Financial Group, Fortive Corporation and the Silicon Valley Community Foundation. She is an advisor and speaker at the Rock Center for Corporate Governance at Stanford Law School and a charter member of Silicon Valley’s Environmental Entrepreneurs. Kate is a Kauffman Fellows Mentor and a commentator on technology trends for CNBC Squawk Alley.

Abigail Noble

Abigail Noble

CEO
The ImPact

Abigail Noble is CEO of The ImPact, a non-profit network of families who commit to making more impact investments, more effectively. Before taking up her role at The Impact, Ms Noble was Head of Impact Investing Initiatives at the World Economic Forum and Head of Africa and Latin America for The Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship.

She is a graduate of Harvard and Tufts universities and was a Fulbright Scholar in Uruguay and a World Economic Forum Global Leadership Fellow. She is a term member of the Council on Foreign Relations.

Nancy Pfund

Nancy Pfund

Founder and Managing Partner
DBL Partners

Nancy Pfund is founder and managing Partner of DBL Partners, a venture capital firm whose goal is to combine top-tier financial returns with meaningful social, economic and environmental returns in the regions and sectors in which it invests.

Ms Pfund currently sponsors or sits on the board of directors of several companies, including: SolarCity, Farmers Business Network, The Muse, Advanced Microgrid Solutions, Off-Grid Electric and Primus Power, and, prior to their public offerings, Tesla Motors and Pandora Media. Ms Pfund also sits on the Board of Trustees for National Geographic Society, is a member of the advisory council for The Bill Lane Center for the American West the US Impact Investing Alliance (formerly the National Advisory Board on Impact Investing) and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.

Prior to founding DBL, Ms Pfund was a managing director in Venture Capital at JPMorgan, having started her investment career at Hambrecht & Quist in 1984. Ms Pfund’s earlier work included positions at Intel, the California Governor’s Office, Stanford University and the Sierra Club.

Ms Pfund received her Bachelors and Masters in anthro¬pol¬ogy from Stan¬ford Uni¬ver¬sity, and her MBA from the Yale School of Management.

Andi    Phillips

Andi Phillips

Co-Founder and Managing Partner
Maycomb Capital

Andi Phillips is Co-Founder and Managing Partner at Maycomb Capital, a new impact investing platform, under which she leads the Community Outcomes Fund, the largest US outcomes-based financing fund to date. Andi has more than 25 years of experience leading, designing and implementing large scale, public private partnerships that use private investment to address pressing social challenges.

 

Previously, she launched and managed the Goldman Sachs Social Impact Fund and led signature social impact bond (SIB) investments for the firm including the investment in the Rikers Island Social Impact Bond, the first such transaction executed by a financial institution and in the US market. Andi has been the principal investment professional, leading the investment for four of the first eight SIB transactions in the US, including transactions that financed recidivism reduction in Massachusetts and early childhood education in Utah and Chicago.

 

Previously, she was president of Seedco Financial, a community development financing institution (CDFI), which provided affordable capital to small businesses and non-profits in disadvantaged communities. At Seedco, Andi also managed performance-based contracts in workforce development, totalling more than $100m. She holds a BA from Tufts University and an MPP from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government.

Scott Rostan

Scott Rostan

Founder, CEO and Principal
Training The Street

Scott Rostan founded Training The Street in 1999. In addition to his responsibilities as CEO and Principal, Scott is an instructor, oversees content innovation for Training The Street and is a lead relationship manager for the firm.

Scott began his professional career as an analyst with Merrill Lynch’s M&A group in New York. After gaining transactional experience in a broad range of industries and with a wide spectrum of clients, Scott began working with Merrill’s Analyst and Associate Investment Banking Training Programs, ultimately becoming the lead instructor, content administrator, and manager.

After Merrill, Scott taught at The Field School in Washington, DC, where he also coached several sports teams. Recognizing a need for analysts to gain a better grasp of financial and valuation modeling, Scott decided to build on his classroom teaching experience and founded TTS to meet a rising demand for high-quality, hands-on instruction in the application of finance theory through real-world simulation.

David Sand

David Sand

Chief Impact Strategist
Community Capital Management

As Chief Impact Strategist at Community Capital Management (CCM), David Sand is responsible for furthering the scope of the firm’s impact reporting and outcomes metrics, business development, and creating new impact investing products to meet the needs of existing and future clients. He is also involved in developing the macro-economic and impact investing outlook applied in constructing the firm’s investment strategies. He is chair of the Investment Strategy Committee and a member of the firm’s Management Committee, Investment Management and Trading Committee and Valuation Committee.

David has more than 35 years of investment management experience in socially responsible and impact investing. In 1994, he co-founded Access Capital Strategies and served as its President and Chief Investment Officer from 1994 to 2010. In this capacity, he developed market-rate, fixed income impact investments for institutional investors. He then worked as a consultant to Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs), non-profits and social enterprises.

David serves on the boards of the New York Advisory Board for Enterprise Community Partners, Croatan Institute and AERIS®: The Information Service for Community Investors. He is a former board member of US SIF: The Forum for Sustainable Investment. David received his AB in American History from Princeton University and an MPA from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. He holds FINRA licenses: Series 7 & 63.

Sapna Shah

Sapna Shah

Head of Corporate Responsibility
PIMCO

Sapna Shah is an Executive Vice President in the Newport Beach office and a member of PIMCO’s executive office as the firm’s Head of Corporate Responsibility. In this capacity, she oversees PIMCO’s global initiatives aimed at cultivating a diverse and inclusive workplace as well as PIMCO’s corporate philanthropy platform. Sapna leads PIMCO’s work with Girls Who Invest, a non-profit dedicated to increasing the number of women in portfolio management and leadership in the asset management industry.

Sapna is also a member of the core leadership team for PIMCO’s global sustainability initiative. She was previously a senior member of the US corporate practice and has worked with many different institutional clients.

Before joining PIMCO in 2007, she was with the equity research group of JPMorgan Asset Management, as well as the finance department of SKS Microfinance. She has 16 years of investment experience and holds an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and an undergraduate degree from the University of Chicago.

Sonya Sbar

Sonya Sbar

Managing Director, Business Development
MicroVest

Sonya Sbar is the Managing Director for Business Development at MicroVest, joining the team in 2018. In this role, Sonya manages MicroVest’s business development team and provides strategic direction for the planning and execution of all team activities. She oversees capital raising, product development, investor relations and marketing. Sonya has more than 25 years of industry experience, primarily in impact and responsible investing.

Sonya was previously at Solomon Hess Capital Management, where she was the Chief Strategy Officer. In this role, she led efforts to build awareness and increase market share among institutional social impact investors and created the legal and investment structure for a new impact fund. Before that, she spent 13 years at Calvert Investments, most recently as Vice President, Product Positioning and Client Support. At Calvert Investments, she built and led the Product Management function, restructured client support and led a variety of strategic initiatives across business development, marketing and client support. Sonya also held positions with Capital One and PricewaterhouseCoopers.

Sonya has a BBA in International Business from George Washington University and an MBA in Strategy and Finance from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania.

Fran Seegull

Fran Seegull

Executive Director
US Impact Investing Alliance

Fran Seegull is the Executive Director of the US Impact Investing Alliance. The Alliance works to increase awareness of impact investing in the US, to foster deployment of impact capital across asset classes globally and to partner with stakeholders, including government, to build the impact investing ecosystem.
 
Fran was formerly the Chief Investment Officer at ImpactAssets where she headed investment management for The Giving Fund, an impact investing donor advised fund. She also oversaw product development and managed the Global Sustainable Agriculture and Microfinance Plus Notes.
 
Previously, Fran was Managing Director at Funk Ventures, an early-stage impact venture capital firm. She also served as Vice-President of Business Development at Novica, an online retailer of products made by artisans in developing economies.
 
She has a BS in economics from Barnard College and an MBA from Harvard Business School. She serves on the Investment Committee of Align Impact and on the Investment Advisory Committee of RSF Social Finance.

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Moderators (4)

Gillian Tett

Gillian Tett

US Managing Editor
Financial Times

Gillian Tett serves as US Managing Editor, leading the Financial Times’ editorial operations in the region across all platforms. She writes weekly columns for the FT, covering a range of economic, financial, political and social issues throughout the globe. Ms Tett previously served as Assistant Editor, US Managing Editor from 2010 to 2012, and prior to this Assistant Editor responsible for the FT’s markets coverage. Other roles at the FT have included Capital Markets Editor, Deputy Editor of the Lex column, Tokyo Bureau Chief, Tokyo Correspondent, London-based economics reporter and a reporter in Russia and Brussels.

In 2014, she was named Columnist of the Year in the British Press Awards and also received the Royal Anthropological Institute Marsh Award. Ms Tett's latest book is The Silo Effect: Why Putting Everything In Its Place Isn't Such A Bright Idea (Simon & Schuster, 2015). She is the author of New York Times bestseller Fool’s Gold: How Unrestrained Greed Corrupted a Dream, Shattered Global Markets and Unleashed a Catastrophe (Little Brown, UK and Simon and Schuster, US, 2009) and Saving the Sun: A Wall Street Gamble to Rescue Japan from Its Trillion Dollar Meltdown (Harper Collins, 2003). Before joining the FT in 1993, Ms Tett was awarded a PhD in Social Anthropology from Cambridge University, where she also earned her Bachelor’s degree.

Stephen Foley

Stephen Foley

Deputy US News Editor
Financial Times

Stephen Foley is Deputy US News Editor at the Financial Times, based in New York. He is also author of the FT's Ambitious Wealth column. Mr Foley was previously US Investment Correspondent, covering the asset management industry, hedge funds and institutional and retail investment issues, and before that, he was a markets correspondent for the FT, covering bond and credit derivatives, market developments, regulatory reform and their impact on the wider economy. Prior to joining the FT, Mr Foley was the Associate Business Editor of The Independent, where he covered the credit crisis and US business issues in New York. Prior to this, he covered the UK stock market and the pharmaceuticals industry for The Independent in London. In March 2009, he was named Business and Finance Journalist of the Year at the British Press Awards. Mr Foley holds a degree from Cambridge University, as well as a diploma in Newspaper Journalism from City University in London.

Mark   Vandevelde

Mark Vandevelde

US Private Capital Correspondent
Financial Times

Mark Vandevelde is the US Private Capital Correspondent for the Financial Times, based in New York. He leads coverage of investment firms such as Blackstone and KKR, which have quietly supplanted banks to become America’s dominant brokers of financial influence. 

Previously, as the FT’s global retail correspondent, he chronicled the troubles afflicting a mass-employment industry and the controversies surrounding colourful tycoons turning a profit on the way down. For two years he was executive editor of the FT’s opinion section, which won seven honours at the UK’s prestigious Comment Awards during his tenure, including Comment Pages of the Year.Vandevelde started his career at Bain & Company, where he advised private equity clients and built financial models for some of Europe’s biggest M&A deals. Find him on Twitter at @markvdvd

Sarah Murray

Sarah Murray

Specialist Writer on Sustainable Development
Financial Times

Sarah Murray is a Specialist Writer on Sustainable Development and a Non-fiction author and editor. A former Financial Times journalist and long-time Financial Times contributor, she also writes for Stanford Social Innovation Review as well as for universities and foundations. Her work has appeared in publications including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, the Economist, The Guardian, and the South China Morning Post. She has edited two books on philanthropy and is author of two non-fiction books, Making an Exit: From the Magnificent to the Macabre, How We Dignify the Dead, and Moveable Feasts: From Ancient Rome to the 21st Century, the Incredible Journeys of the Food We Eat.

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Agenda - 4th Dec

  • 8:15am
    Registration and Breakfast
  • 9:00am
    Opening Remarks

    Gillian Tett, US Managing Editor, Financial Times

  • 9:05am
    Keynote Interview

    Nancy Pfund, Founder and Managing Partner, DBL Partners

    Moderator: Gillian Tett, US Managing Editor, Financial Times

  • 9:40am
    Panel Discussion: The SDGs and Women’s Empowerment

    In 2015, United Nations’ member states committed to adopting the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), an ambitious set of objectives aimed at ending poverty by 2030 while promoting equality, access to education and environmental sustainability. Goal 5 aims to “achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls”. This panel will ask how the investment community – from gender lens investors and impact investors to shareholder activists – could accelerate progress towards meeting this goal. What more needs to be done so that private sector capital can be harnessed to promote gender equality and women’s empowerment?

    Maya Chorengel, Senior Partner, Impact, The Rise Fund
    Laura Frigenti, Global Head, IDAS Institute, KPMG
    Andi Phillips,  Co-Founder and Managing Partner, Maycomb Capital

    Moderator: Gillian Tett, US Managing Editor, Financial Times

  • 10:20am
    Panel Discussion: Building a Gender Lens Portfolio

    As more investors look to build gender-focused portfolios, what are the things they should take into consideration? Where can they have most tangible impact while also generating a financial return? This panel will offer advice to investors as they begin or add a gender lens to their investment strategy.

    Matt Christensen, Global Head of Responsible Investment, AXA Investment Managers
    Ron Cordes, Co-Founder, Cordes Foundation
    Abigail Noble, CEO, TheImpact

    Moderator: Stephen Foley, Deputy US News Editor, Financial Times

  • 11:00am
    Networking Break
  • 11:20am
    Keynote Speaker

    Leila Janah, Founder and CEO, Samasource and LXMI, and author, Give Work: Reversing Poverty One Job at a Time

  • 11:50am
    Panel Discussion: Investing in Female Entrepreneurs

    According to the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor, women make up about 45 per cent of social entrepreneurs worldwide (compared to the corporate sector, where male entrepreneurs outnumber women by approximately two to one). Yet women still face barriers to starting an enterprise, from lack of access to finance to laws in some countries banning women from owning property. What legal and financial obstacles need to be removed to help boost the supply of investable female enterprises? 

    Allie Burns, Managing Director, Village Capital
    Olympia De Castro, Co-Founder & Partner, Strategy & Investments, Community Investment Management
    Sonya Sbar, Managing Director of Business Development, Microvest

    ModeratorSarah Murray, Specialist Writer on Sustainable Development, Financial Times

  • 12:10pm
    Panel Discussion: The Gender-focused Wealth Manager

    As demand for gender lens investing grows, specialist advisors are emerging to help investors build their portfolios. Meanwhile, mainstream financial institutions and traditional investment advisors are building services that help clients make investments that benefit women and girls. What new capabilities does the asset management industry need to develop in order to respond to client demands for gender-focused investments? 

    Joy Anderson, President and Founder, Criterion Institute
    Stephanie Cohn Rupp, Managing Director, Tiedemann Advisors
    Fran Seegull, Executive Director, the US Impact Investing Alliance

    Moderator: Stephen Foley, Deputy US News Editor, Financial Times

  • 12:50pm
    Lunch
  • 1:50pm
    Investment Dialogue: New Funding for Microfinance

    Mary Ellen Iskenderian, President and CEO, Women's World Banking
    Andrea Jung, President and CEO, Grameen America

    ModeratorSarah Murray, Specialist Writer on Sustainable Development, Financial Times

  • 2:20pm
    Panel Discussion: The Role of Venture Capital

    Less than 3 per cent of VC funding in the US goes to female founders, according to a study by Babson and Wellesley colleges. And the lack of female VC partners is seen as among the barriers to the ability of women entrepreneurs to raise capital. This panel will look at efforts to create a more gender diverse venture capital industry and how that might pave the way for an environment in which female entrepreneurs and social entrepreneurs could find it easier to raise money for their ideas.

    Jenny Abramson, Founder and Managing Partner, Rethink Impact
    Kay Koplovitz, Co-Founder and Chairman, Springboard Enterprises
    Oksana Malysheva, Managing Partner and CEO, Sputnik ATX
    Kate Mitchell, Co-Founder and Partner, Scale Venture Partners

    Moderator: Mark Vandevelde, US Private Capital Correspondent, Financial Times

  • 3:00pm
    Breakout Sessions

    Option A: Building the Pipeline of Women Investors

    One question being asked is how is the asset management industry could be transformed by bringing in more women. This session will look at measures being taken to encourage girls and women to become investors or to join the sector. Given that women often favour sustainable investments, how that might increase the funds available for solving big social and environmental problems?

    Janet Cowell, CEO, Girls Who Invest
    Sapna Shah, Head of Corporate Responsibility, PIMCO
    Scott Rostan, Founder and CEO, Training the Street

    Moderator: Stephen Foley, Deputy US News Editor, Financial Times

    Option B: New Products and Tools

    From fixed-income investments and mutual funds to equity investments in private and public markets and gender diversity indexes, new products and tools are emerging that broaden the choice for gender lens investors. Which are most likely to deliver returns both financial and benefits to women and girls? Which are currently most readily available as investment vehicles?

    Alyssa Greenspan, CFA, President & Chief Operation Officer, Community Capital Management
    David Sand, Chief Impact Strategist, Community Capital Management

    ModeratorSarah Murray, Specialist Writer on Sustainable Development, Financial Times

  • 3:45pm
    Networking Break
  • 4:05pm
    Impact Dialogue

    Saadia Madsbjerg, Managing Director, Innovative Finance, The Rockefeller Foundation
    Dorri McWhorter, CEO, YWCA Metropolitan Chicago

    ModeratorSarah Murray, Specialist Writer on Sustainable Development, Financial Times

  • 4:25pm
    Panel Discussion: Investing in Women in Leadership

    Many studies now show that companies with female board members outperform others in terms of overall return on equity. Given increasingly robust evidence that companies with a strong female presence among their leadership make better investments, what is the potential for targeted investment dollars and shareholder activism to advance executive gender equality in the corporate sector?

    Erika Karp, Founder and CEO, Cornerstone Capital
    Susan Keating, CEO, WomenCorporateDirectors
    Jackie VanderBrug, Managing Director and Head of Sustainable and Impact Investment Strategy, Chief Investment Office, Bank of America Corporation, Global Wealth and Investment Management

    Moderator: Mark Vandevelde, US Private Capital Correspondent, Financial Times

  • 5:05pm
    Closing Remarks
  • 5:10pm
    Cocktail Reception

Who Attends

The FT Investing for Good USA is an exclusive invitation only event. 

Complimentary places are available to individuals who meet this criteria. If you would like to apply to attend, please complete the short application form*.

  • Private Investors or Private/Public/Corporate Donors (Principal, CEO, Director, Trustee, Board Member)
  • Social entrepreneurs
  • Pension Funds, Endowments, SWFs, Insurance and other Institutional Investors (CIO, CFO, Director of Investments, Head of Responsible Investment)
  • Development Finance Institutions and other Government Agencies Federal, State and Local policymakers and officials interested in scaling social impact solutions using investor capital Wealth Managers (Head of Philanthropic Services, Senior Philanthropic Advisor, CIO, Managing Director, Head of Investments
  • Asset Managers (Director of Responsible Investment, Director of Sustainability, CIO, Head of Investments)
  • SRI or Impact Investment Fund Managers (CEO, CIO, Senior Investment Manager, Portfolio Manager)
  • Single Family Offices (FOX, CEO, CIO)
  • Multi-Family Offices (CEO, CIO, Director of Investment Research)
  • Foundation CIOs
  • RIAs (CEO, CIO, Director of Investment Research, Head of Wealth Advisory)

*Places are strictly limited and subject to approval by the Publisher.

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Why Attend

  • Leave the event understanding the potential for private capital to fill the funding gaps in solving the world’s biggest challenges
  • Hear directly from the policymakers, advisors and investment experts who are pursing new opportunities and developing innovative financing mechanisms at the intersection of philanthropy and investment
  • Meet dynamic leaders from foundations, institutional and individual investors, investment professionals and advisors, fund managers, development finance institutions and policymakers.
  • Learn about the latest financing tools that are available to investors who want to achieve social and environmental impact as well as financial returns.
  • Learn about cutting-edge forms of financing that are currently being developed or experimented with to address global challenges
  • Find out how to take the next steps in developing or offering financial products investors who want to use their investment funds to tackle global challenges.
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In Association With (1)

For more than 100 years, The Rockefeller Foundation’s mission has been to promote the well-being of humanity throughout the world. Today the Foundation is focused on securing the fundamentals of human well-being—health, food, power, and jobs—to ensure every family experiences dignity and opportunity in our rapidly urbanizing world. Together with partners and grantees, The Rockefeller Foundation strives to catalyze and scale transformative innovations, create unlikely partnerships that span sectors, and take risks others cannot—or will not. For more information, please visit www.rockefellerfoundation.org.

Silver Sponsors (4)

AXA Investment Managers (AXA IM) is an active, long-term, global multi-asset investor. We work with clients today to provide the solutions they need to help build a better tomorrow for their investments, while creating a positive change for the world in which we all live. With approximately $860 billion in assets under management as of the end of September 2018, AXA IM employs nearly 2,400 employees around the world and operates across 21 countries. AXA IM is part of the AXA Group, a world leader in financial protection and wealth management.

AXA IM offers a diverse set of fixed income, equities, real estate, structured finance, and multi-asset client solutions for Institutional and Wholesale investors customized to meet their individual needs across the asset class spectrum. www.axa-im-usa.com

KPMG is a global network of professional services firms providing Audit, Tax, and Advisory services. We operate in 155 countries and have 174,000 people working in member firms around the world. The independent member firms of the KPMG network are affiliated with KPMG International Cooperative ("KPMG International"), a Swiss entity. Each KPMG firm is a legally distinct and separate entity and describes itself as such. KPMG turns knowledge into value for the benefit of its clients, people, communities, and the capital markets through integrity, high-performance, and quality work. The firm’s multidisciplinary approach helps clients gain access to industry insights, meet complex challenges, and respond to evolving opportunities.

PIMCO is one of the world’s premier fixed income investment managers. With our launch in 1971 in Newport Beach, California, PIMCO introduced investors to a total return approach to fixed income investing. In the 45+ years since, we have continued to bring innovation and expertise to our partnership with clients seeking the best investment solutions. Today, we have professionals in 14 offices around the globe united by a single purpose: creating opportunities for investors in every environment.

Tiedemann Advisors is an owner-managed independent investment and wealth advisor with a single focus: to make sure our clients’ wealth accomplishes what matters most to them. Tiedemann provides high-net-worth individuals, families, trusts, foundations and endowments with customized, objective investment management, and trust, estate and wealth planning services. We are proactive, innovative advisors who provide access to a broad set of exceptional investment strategies globally, including impact and socially responsible investments, and full transparency on investment decisions, fees and performance. Founded in 1999, Tiedemann Advisors is headquartered in New York, with offices in San Francisco, Seattle, Dallas, Aspen, Palm Beach and Washington, D.C. The firm provides trust services through Tiedemann Trust Company, a state-chartered trust company located in Wilmington, Delaware. Together, Tiedemann oversees approximately $18 billion in assets. For more information, visit: http://www.tiedemannadvisors.com.

Clients do business with us because of our commitment to aligning with their goals and values, the extraordinary breadth and depth of our services, and our culture of shared success and long-term partnership.

Breakout Sponsor (1)

Community Capital Management’s (CCM) mission is to deliver superior risk-adjusted returns through investment strategies that contribute to positive environmental and social outcomes.  We believe a fully integrated portfolio – one that includes environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors – can deliver strong financial performance while simultaneously having positive long-term economic and sustainable impact. Our strategies utilize an innovative bottom-up approach to fixed income and equity investing combining the positive impacts of impact/ESG investing with rigorous financial analysis, an inherent focus on risk management, and transparent research. We provide investment management services to institutions and individuals through mutual funds and separate accounts and offer institutional clients the opportunity to customize their bond portfolios to support specific geographies or impact themes.  For more information, please visit www.ccminvests.com.

Supporting Partner (1)

ImpactAlpha, the leading source for impact investing news. ImpactAlpha is redefining business media around social and environmental value, just as impact investing is redefining finance. A mission-driven digital media company, we deliver daily breakthrough analysis and deal coverage through The Brief, our daily newsletter, as well as on ImpactAlpha.com, our Returns on Investment podcast, Agents of Impact conference calls and social media channels.

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