As the new year brings you new opportunities and goals, remember to look toward the positive in both your personal and professional life.
Have you ever dreamed about changing careers and moving across the world? Priscilla Plummer, the founder of Global Sojourns Giving Circle (GSGC), made that dream her reality in 1990 when she moved across the world and traveled throughout the African continent.
The gap between the mainstream financial world and the socially responsible investing arena may seem vast. But, believe it or not, there are ways to bridge the two. This is exactly what Kimberly Griego-Kiel discusses with her guests in this fourth and final episode of the ESG for Impact! miniseries.
For this episode of the four-part ESG for Impact! miniseries, Kimberly invites three difference-makers in sustainable shareholder advocacy to outline their unique focus on ESG investing and mutual funds.
Now back with part two of her ESG for Impact! miniseries, Kim welcomes George Gay, the CEO of First Affirmative Financial Network, and Ebony Perkins, Self-Help Credit Union’s Vice President and Director of Investor Relations.
In the first part of the ESG for Impact! miniseries, Rex joins Kim to explain everything around investing in global food systems. They explore how food growth can impact our health and the environment and outline ways we can get into a new sustainable economy.
Regardless of whether you enjoy seafood, the truth is, it’s important to be informed about seafood’s sustainable and unsustainable components. That’s exactly what Kim Griego-Kiel is here to help you learn in this week’s episode.
Many of us want to be informed investors, putting our money towards companies and causes that will positively impact our earth and societies. But finding the information we need to make these decisions can be a challenging task.
Deep Impact Investing has reached its first big milestone — 50 episodes and this week, Kimberly Griego-Kiel welcomes award-winning artist, social impact strategist, philanthropic advisor, and the Creative Action Institute’s board chair, Alyssa Wright.