On this week’s podcast, host Monique Aiken checks in with Nathan Cummings Foundation’s Rey Ramsey and The Case Made’s Tiffany Manuel, and chats with ImpactAlpha’s Amy Cortese about climate action news. Plus, the headlines.
Host Brian Walsh takes stock of two of the premier showcases for student talent in impact investing and sustainable finance. He chats with Bridges Fund Management’s Brian Trelstad about this year’s competition. And Megan Kashner of the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern recaps the Kellogg-Morgan Stanley Sustainable Investing Challenge, which also staged its finals last week.
Host Monique Aiken speaks with B Lab’s Andrew Kassoy about why impact-driven businesses and investors are stepping up their policy advocacy. We also hear from Dr. Tiffany Manuel of The Case Made, next week’s guest on The Reconstruction podcast. Plus the headlines.
Jessica Pothering joins host Monique Aiken to discuss how African entrepreneurs are stepping up with tech solutions to the continent’s challenges in agriculture, climate change and financial inclusion. We also catch up with Unreasonable Group’s Pratibha Vuppuluri and hear a snippet of next week’s Reconstruction podcast with Illumen Capital’s Daryn Dodson. Plus, the headlines.
Monique is joined by Erika Seth-Davies, a social entrepreneur in residence at Common Future, and founder of The Racial Equity Asset Lab, and ImpactAlpha’s David Bank to talk about the American Rescue Plan and, perhaps, a bottom-up Reconstruction...
Amy Cortese joins Brian to bring us up to speed on soil carbon markets. We hear from Gregory Landua of the Regen Network, Mark Lambert of Re-Harvest, and this week's Agent of Impact: Charles D. King, the Founder and CEO of the global media brand Macro.
Monique is joined by Jessica Barron and Marion Johnson of Frontline Solutions, a Black-owned social impact consulting firm, to discuss their recent report Demoocracy’s Powerbrokers: Political Power of Women of Color.
Monique follows up on this week's Agents of Impact call, which put a gender lens on the COVID recovery. We hear from Secha Capital’s Kuhle Mnisi and Wukina’s Maureen Sibanda who are this week’s agents of impact.
Brian welcomes back Imogen Rose-Smith and David Bank for a quick roundtable: ‘From ESG to impact.’ And, we meet this week’s Agent of Impact, the Nigerian activist Aisha Yesufu, who has been part of that country’s protests against police brutality.
SPACs have come to Impact Investing... David and Jessica explain. Plus, we hear from this week's Agent of Impact Archana Soreng-- one of seven members of the UN’s Youth Advisory Group on Climate Change. And, of course, the headlines.
The headlines, plus Amy Cortese speaks with Philip Reeves and Todd Leverette about employee ownership as a way to help close the racial wealth gap. And Dennis Price profiles this week's Agent of Impact, Helen Adeosun.
Guest host Monique Aiken brings us the headlines, and leads a frank and personal discussion of the events triggered by the extrajudicial killing of George Floyd. She is joined by Living Cities’ Demetric Duckett, Colonial Consulting’s Angela Matheny and Castleberry’s Donray Von
The coronavirus pandemic has upended virtually everything. This week in the pages of ImpactAlpha, we focused on resilience. Featuring Amy Cortese on global energy markets, and Dennis Price with our Agent(s) of Impact.