I am excited to announce that Suzanne Biegel of Catalyst at Large and I are repeating our 2.5-day intensive course Getting Gender Smart in September 2019. The course helps investors, fund managers, philanthropists, and financial consultants integrate a gender lens into their investment practices. We explore six gender lenses, share up to date research findings Read more about Get Gender Smart with Us in Sept![…]
“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?[…]
The University of Bath’s Business and Society unit has been asking some of its top #thinklisters to share their views on why they use Twitter and how it works for them. In this piece, Andy Crane interviews Cathy Clark – ranked 12th (and top ranked woman) on the list of digital influencers. Cathy is Faculty Director at the Center for Read more about Being a social media influencer – #thinklist interview with Cathy Clark[…]
In April 2018, CASE i3’s Cathy Clark was the top female named in the #thinklist – a list of academics working in responsible business who are at the top of their game in social media influence. Read more here about the list and the recommendations from Cathy and other top social media academics on how to Read more about Want to be an academic influencer on social media? Here’s how.[…]
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[…]
Forbes contributor, Devin Thorpe, explains impact investing for “the rest of us.” As he says in the article, “Here’s the thing: most impact investments are only open to wealthy people. This is a guide to impact investing for everyone else, the 98 percent of the population who don’t meet the criteria for investing with the Read more about Your Guide to Impact Investing[…]
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’[…]
The Case Foundation spotlights the women from philanthropy, the investment community, financial services, and government leading the charge in impact investing. CASE i3 Director Cathy Clark is honored to be included on this list. See the other influential women contributing to this dynamic field on the Case Foundation blog.
Cathy Clark’s 8-year-old daughter asks her to explain what impact investing is. Cathy realizes this is a very special communication challenge and a chance to see if she can communicate this topic in a way that truly anyone can understand. Originally posted in B the Change Media.
In The B-School Impact Investing Uprising, We See Genius reports on how business schools are playing an important role in impact investing field development. Cathy Clark shares her experience developing the CASE Initiative on Impact Investing (CASE i3) at Duke University, and the growing interest among incoming MBA students in the program.