How Will Impact Investing Change Investment?

“There’s going to be a different level of satisfaction with investment as impact investment progresses” – Cathy Clark Cathy Clark literally wrote the book on impact investing and Swell Investing was so excited to have her as their inaugural podcast guest! Cathy is the Faculty Director at the Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship (CASE) at Read more about How Will Impact Investing Change Investment?[…]

Find Your Funding on Social Entrepreneur podcast

CASE i3 Director Cathy Clark was recently interviewed on the podcast Social Entrepreneur.  In this interview, Cathy takes the listeners from the theoretical basis of impact investing through a description of CASE Smart Impact Capital, a toolkit that contains short videos, downloadable resources, spreadsheets, and more for the fundraising journey.  You can find the podcast episode Read more about Find Your Funding on Social Entrepreneur podcast[…]

Impact Investing Expert Proposes ‘Impact Classes’ To Parallel ‘Asset Classes’

This post was originally published by Devin Thorpe on Forbes, here. To paraphrase the great philosopher Forest Gump, impact investing is like a box of chocolates; you never know what impact you’re going to get. One of the foremost experts on impact investing, Cathy Clark, Director of CASE i3 at Duke University, is working on that problem. She Read more about Impact Investing Expert Proposes ‘Impact Classes’ To Parallel ‘Asset Classes’[…]

Podcast: Next Economy Now with Cathy Clark

The Next Economy Now podcast recently hosted CASE i3 Director Cathy Clark.  Highlights of the show: Cathy discusses how Sesame Street led her to impact investing Best practices uncovered in the Impact Investor 2.0 project The art of putting together strong impact funds New tools released soon to help social entrepreneurs raise “Smart Impact Capital” Read more about Podcast: Next Economy Now with Cathy Clark[…]

Podcast: Tackling the Pioneer Gap with Cathy Clark

Cathy Clark: Tackling the Pioneer Gap Between Good Idea and Investable Deal (Podcast) This is reposted from the Returns on Investment podcast You’ve heard it from impact investors: there just aren’t enough investable deals. And you’ve heard it from impact entrepreneurs: where’s the capital we need to get our business off the ground? In this Returns on Read more about Podcast: Tackling the Pioneer Gap with Cathy Clark[…]

Podcast: Leading at the Intersection of Ideas, Organizations and Capital

033, Cathy Clark, CASE i3 Initiative on Impact Investing: Leading at the Intersection of Ideas, Organizations and Capital Released Jan 18, 2016 reposted from the ITunes listing for the Social Entrepreneur podcast by Tony Lloyd. Listen to the podcast here:  https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/social-entrepreneur-conscious/id1056709361?mt=2 Cathy Clark first came to my attention as the coauthor of the book The Read more about Podcast: Leading at the Intersection of Ideas, Organizations and Capital[…]

Podcast: The Philanthropy Hour

The Philanthropy Hour’s Greg Cherry hosted CASE i3’s Cathy Clark on a podcast on February 25, 2015.    HIGHLIGHTS OF THE SHOW: In this 34 minute interview, we discuss: What constitutes an impact investment and how it is unique from traditional investing. How the purpose-driven mentality is infiltrating the marketplace, and how millenials are driving it. Read more about Podcast: The Philanthropy Hour[…]

Podcast: The Impact Investor on Business Radio

The Impact Investor on Business Radio SiriusXM. Cathy Clark and Ben Thornley, co-authors of The Impact Investor: Lessons in Leadership and Strategy for Collaborative Capitalism, were interviewed August 28, 2014 on Business Radio’s Dollars and Change program on SiriusXM. This segment was a part of Business Radio’s crash course in doing good and making a Read more about Podcast: The Impact Investor on Business Radio[…]

Podcasts: From Duke SBSI Conference 2013

Duke 2013 Sustainable Business and Social Impact Conference. Podcast for Is It Scalable? Duke and Global Health (1 hour and 15 mins), and podcast for Debt, Equity, Impact Investing? A Capital Spectrum Choice Conversation (1 hour and 15 mins). February 20, 2013 in Durham, NC.