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Building a Career in Impact Investing
by Jenn Pryce, President and CEO, Calvert Foundation

Dear Financial Services CEO: Where are the Women?
by Kathleen McQuiggan, Senior VP, Global Women’s Strategies, Pax World and Managing Director, Pax Ellevate Management, LLC

Feminist Stakeholders, DAPL and ESG Investing
by Rebecca Adamson, Founder and President, First Peoples Worldwide

Momentum Grows for Gender Lens Investing
by Patricia Farrar-Rivas, Alison Pyott and Luisamaria Ruiz Carlile, Veris Wealth Partners

 

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ImpactAssets Releases Annual IA 50 Impact Investment Funds Showcase

The 100 Things We Need To Do To Reverse Global Warming – from Paul Hawken’s new book “Drawdown”
by Adele Peters, Fast Company

State Street Global Advisors says It Will Start Voting Against Companies that Don’t Have Women Directors
by Joann S. Lublin and Sarah Krouse, The Wall Street Journal

HERproject at 10: Celebrating HERsuccess, Inspiring HERfuture
by Christine Svarer, Director, HERproject, BSR

A Rare Corner of Finance Where Women Dominate
by Alexandra Stevenson and Leslie Picker, The New York Times

Proxy Season 2017 to Highlight Big Gaps Between Investor Expectations and New Administration Goals

Community Capital Management Joins United Nations-Supported Principles for Responsible Investment

GREENMONEY’s Feature april Image (top), courtesy of New Scientist

 

On the eve of International Women's Day, an asset management company (State Street Global Advisors), placed a statue of a little girl in front of Manhattan’s iconic charging bull sculpture to highlight a lack of gender diversity and equality in the workplace. The statue, which is by artist Kristen Visbal is called The Fearless Girl and may remain staring defiantly at the bull for up to a month, if not longer, Reuters reported. Photo: REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

On the eve of International Women’s Day, an asset management company (State Street Global Advisors), placed a statue of a little girl in front of Manhattan’s iconic charging bull sculpture to highlight a lack of gender diversity and equality in the workplace. The statue, by artist Kristen Visbal, is called The Fearless Girl and may remain staring defiantly at the bull for up to a month, if not longer, Reuters reported. Photo: Brendan McDermid

 

 

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