CASE i3 Advisor Melissa Bradley shares her experience as a tri-sector leader collaborating on solutions to social problems. Melissa has vast and diverse impact experience, having started and successfully sold a social enterprise, worked as an impact investor focused on investing in entrepreneurs of color and female entrepreneurs, and served as the acting director of Read more about Melissa Bradley, New Capitalist, on Tri-Sector Leadership[…]
Impact Investment Clean Energy and Climate Solutions: 2015 Sector Highlights Report DURHAM, NC — June 16, 2015. Duke University’s Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship (CASE) today released the Impact Investment Clean Energy and Climate Solutions 2015 Sector Highlights Report to describe progress on commitments to invest in clean energy and climate solutions made at Read more about New Report: Clean Energy and Climate Solutions[…]
Adjunct Professor and CASE i3 Director Cathy Clark envisions a future combining profit and societal good through the practice of impact investing. Clark makes some creative predictions about how the practice of impact investing could change the world and how that change might happen in this Fuqua Q&A. Q: The 2008 financial crisis showed that Read more about How Investing for More than Profit Can Change the World[…]
On April 29, 2015, CASE i3 Director Cathy Clark did a live webinar chat through a YouTube live stream on the topics of Impact Investing and Tri-Sector Leadership. This was part of Fuqua’s Faculty Conversation Series. Questions were submitted by email and twitter and Cathy answered them for about an hour. Highlights include: What are Read more about Video: Impact Investing Fuqua Faculty Chat[…]
CASE i3, ICAP Partners and the Skoll Centre held an invitation-only event sponsored by Barclay’s prior to the Skoll World Forum in Oxford on April 15, 2015. About 70 people attended to discuss progress, obstacles, and the need for segmentation in the impact investing field in three areas: investor on-ramping, performance data, and capital aligned with investees’ Read more about Event: Pre-Skoll Impact Investing Colloquium[…]
Duke’s Social Entrepreneurship Accelerator (called SEAD, which stands for Social Entrepreneurship Accelerator at Duke), was proud to accept the 2015 Ashoka U Cordes Innovation Award. Funded by USAID’s Global Development Lab and part of the agency’s Higher Education Solutions Network, SEAD brings students and faculty into the lessons and challenges of scaling global health innovations. Read more about Video: SEAD wins AshokaU Cordes Innovation Award[…]
Enclude CEO Laurie Spengler spoke at CASE (Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship) at Duke’s Fuqua School of Business, about impact investing now and in the future. Laurie delves into gaps in the current impact investing space: between rhetoric and participation in transactions, and in the analytical tools we need to provide to help investors perform Read more about CASE Chat: Laurie Spengler[…]
CASE i3 is pleased to announce the CASE i3 100: a curated list of of 99 top reads in impact investing. Check it out!
This post was posted originally on the Fuqua Daytime MBA blog Fuqua Faculty: Thought Leaders in their Fields Joaquin Brahm – February 3, 2015 Professor Cathy Clark It is not by chance that Fuqua has ranked consistently as best faculty among business schools. The school draws faculty members from around the world who have Read more about Blog: Fuqua Faculty: Thought Leaders in Their Fields[…]
Stanford Social Innovation Review published an excerpt from The Impact Investor. Read the excerpt here.