My guest today is Wendy Diamond, International Social Entrepreneur and Impact Investor, Best Selling Author of 10 books, TV Personality, and as she calls herself, a Do Gooder supporting the Underdog. She has Three Guinness World Records, and has appeared on Oprah, The Today Show, and Bloomberg, and has been a keynote speaker at the […]
How can the fashion industry promote the UN Sustainable Development Goals? Gibson talks about Club Debut, her value-driven, sustainable fashion platform for independent designers and creatives, as well as her own design line, KYU BY KESI, and how these companies are “Putting Humanity Back into Fashion (TM).”
Lay co-creates investment strategies like the Women’s Economic Empowerment Bond Fund and SheSyndicate Foundation to bridge global gender gaps in impact partnership with the United Nations Capital Development Fund and Equileap. She brings capital, human endeavor and innovation together in partnerships dedicated to women’s economic empowerment.
Former think tank director Peter Schechter and award-winning chef Enrique Limardo, owner of Esquire’s Best New Restaurant in America, opened Immigrant Food, one block from the White House, 4 months before the pandemic. In their unique model, they celebrate America’s immigrant heritage and work with 5 local nonprofits to advocate for immigration by inviting customers […]
Rein highlights CapShift’s data and advisory services on over 500 qualified, public and private impact investment options for the $110 billion donor advised fund (DAF) market.
Bouri highlights conversations about the role of fiduciary duty, scaling impact investing with integrity and how to measure impact in addressing the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
Impact investing is growing fast but greenwashing is increasing due to lack of regulatory oversight. Crawford brings his 25 years of experience in micro finance and the capital markets to this discussion of the World Bank’s newly launched operating principles designed to reduce greenwashing in the impact investing landscape.
Keefe shows how integrating global social and environmental policies that support better education for women and girls can potentially add trillions of dollars to economic growth.
In this episode Emerson talks about his eighth book, The Purpose of Capital, and shares insights from his personal and professional journey as an internationally recognized Thought Leader in impact investing, social entrepreneurship and strategic philanthropy.
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