We are at an incredible moment in history. World-changing external forces–climate, technology, a pandemic–are reshaping our societies at the same time investors and consumers reorient to place values and purpose at the center of all affairs. Within this rapidly shifting economic landscape, the desire to integrate values into our actions, both charitable and financial, is clear.
Social Venture Partners Dallas was an early adopter of impact investing, believing it to be an effective strategy for sustained good. We continue to champion the impact that can occur at the intersection of financial return and social good. Looking forward from this moment in history, the discipline of impact investing will have to further mature as a tool for impact in the new economy.
Join our conversation as we explore what has gone well in impact investing and what the future holds for making good more sustainable and equitable.
Heather Gilker, Executive Director, SWAN Impact Network North Texas Chapter – Click Here For Bio
Otho Kerr, Director of Strategic Partnerships and Community Impact Investing, Federal Reserve Bank of New York – Click Here For Bio
Dominic Ramos-Ruiz, Community Development, Federal Reserve Bank of New York – Click Here For Bio
Donovan Ervin, Climate Finance Officer, the Hive Fund for Climate and Gender Justice (moderator) – Click Here For Bio