Do You Know Where Your Cash Sleeps At Night In my second blog post as Minnesota Council on Foundations’ Executive in Residence, I cover a few...read more
Can Business do well and good? As the Minnesota Council on Foundations’ executive in residence, I will be regularly contributing posts to their blog. In my...read more
When COVID-19 and the ensuing economic disruption hit, I worried that impact investing would recede as investors sought comfort in old-style investing and social entrepreneurs kept their day jobs. Luckily, my worries were for naught: more investors are interested in doing good and doing well. More philanthropists are looking for innovative ways to address the multiple crises we face: health, economic, racial, civic, climate, and rural. Social entrepreneurs are launching and growing their ideas to address the world's problems. These leaders give me hope!