Posts filed under: Op Ed

RSF Integrated Capital Institute Reflections I have mixed feelings. I’m feeling sad and a little lonely. On the other hand, I am hopeful and excited about what we can do together to create a more just and sustainable world –...
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I recently read a post from a colleague at Goodworks Ventures, an impact investment fund in rural Montana, that hit home: “There is a lot of discussion around failure and startups these days. Fail fast. Failure is the way you...
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How much money is enough? Do you really know what your money is doing? What story is your money telling about what you care about? Is your money invested in things that work against what is most important to you...
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In October, 38 women and four men from Vermont and New England gathered to participate in a workshop on “Addressing Unconscious Bias in Investing and the Workplace.” The workshop was put on by the Vermont Women’s Investors Network (VT WIN)...
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