Six Reasons Why Women Are Shaking Up Impact Investing


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Amy Brown, a contributor for TriplePundit, writes how women have long had leading roles in the impact investing.

Brown features two pioneers in impact investing: Sallie Krawcheck and Jean Case. Both women shared their thoughts on why they think women will continue to shake up the booming field of impact investing during recent interviews with TriplePundit.

Krawcheck is the CEO and co-founder of Ellevest and Chair of the Pax Ellevate Global Women's Leadership Fund. Case is a philanthropist, chairman of the National Geographic Society and CEO of the Case Foundation.

Based on Brown's and TriplePundit's conversations with Krawcheck and Case, the six reasons why women will continue to shake up impact investing include the following: 1) Women were there first; 2) Women align values with money; 3) Women are getting wealthier; 4) Women invest in women; 5) Younger women embrace the movement; and 6) Women are making (more) money. Read the Entire Article


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