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[…]
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.
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[…]
This article recently appeared in Forbes. This piece is excerpted, with permission. Mark Zuckerberg recently revealed that he and Dr. Priscilla Chan, his wife, plan to direct 99% of of their wealth into the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (CZI) and the announcement triggered quite the firestorm of controversy. That’s because, although the entity is aimed at using Read more about Press: Why The Zuckerberg LLC Is Good For Impact Investing[…]
WHARTON: GREAT EXPECTATIONS FOR FINANCIAL RETURNS, BUT QUESTIONS ABOUT MISSION PRESERVATION By Dennis Price, ImpactAlpha Impact is in the eye of the beholder, or at least in the eye of the fund manager. A new study on the financial performance of private equity impact investments provides fresh data that suggests at least some segments are indeed Read more about Press: Clark quoted by ImpactAlpha on Wharton Study[…]
Cathy Clark of CASE i3 was invited by the US State Department as a delegate at the Obama Administration’s Global Entrepreneurship Summit in Nairobi in July, 2015. While there, she moderated a panel on global health in Africa entitled, “Enabling Scale: Building a Global Health Ecosystem for Impact.” The panel explored Read more about From the Global Entrepreneurship Summit[…]
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[…]
March 23, 2015. In an article in Inc., Maureen Kline speaks with Cathy Clark about Why We Need Entrepreneurial Thinking for Social Change.
February 3, 2015. An article in the Chicago Tribune reports on the presentation Cathy Clark gave at an impact investing event in Chicago cohosted by MacArthur Foundation, University of Chicago Booth School of Business, and Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. This event was focused on findings from The Impact Investor: Lessons in Read more about Press: Chicago Tribune on The Impact Investor[…]
December 21, 2014. Cathy Clark was interviewed by Forbes contributor Anne Field to discuss findings from The Impact Investor about what actually makes successful impact investment funds successful. Check out, The Secret Sauce Behind 12 Successful Impact Investment Funds in Forbes.