The Millennials Perspective on Impact Investing
GreenMoney's new issue has a impressive set of articles that all come from millennial voices and deal with their approaches to investing and business. In the July edition, Liesel Pritzker Simmons of Blue Haven Initiative walks us through the experiences that have shaped her thoughts on investing, while offering some suggestions for financial advisors; Julius Tapper of TD Bank Group provides a personal story about the importance of aligning identities in the investment world; Morgan Simon of Pi Investments pushes us to achieve more community accountability and more actively engage the people that matter most in impact investing; Brian Weinberg of Nexus describes the global organizing of millennials taking place through Nexus; and Justin Conway of Calvert Foundation provide some observations of how millennials are already changing the investment conversation.
Take some time to read these articles from some millennial leaders who are actively pushing the envelope in helping to shape how not just millennials, but all of us, think about and engage in investing and business. We hope you find some of their perspectives exciting and challenging, and ultimately cause you to be more inspired in your work to build a better world. We’ve certainly got a lot of work to do together.
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