October 11, 2019
8:00 am - 5:30 pm
The Center on Global Energy Policy is proud to support Columbia University’s Social Enterprise Conference, Capital for Good. This conference is hosted by the Tamer Center for Social Enterprise, in partnership with student clubs across the campus.
Students can register with their “columbia.edu” email address and discount code CapitalForGood50 for 50% off.
This headline event, located in the finance capital of the world, provides a unique opportunity to tap into the vibrant ecosystem of capital for impact through the lens of philanthropy, impact investing, ESG, and social venture and business examples. Social impact leaders in business, government, nonprofit, and philanthropy will speak to how they are changing the way we think about how capital is sourced and used to generate sustainable solutions to global, systemic challenges. Hear where opportunities exist to pursue future careers of impact on both the financing and implementation sides of social impact capital.
Social Enterprise Conference, Capital for Good
Columbia University, Alfred Lerner Hall
New York, NY 10027
Private Equity’s Role in Building Mission Driven Business
Speaker: Deval Patrick of Double Impact, Bain Capital
Women + Philanthropy
Speakers: Melissa Berman of Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors;
Elizabeth Carlock-Phillips of Phillips Philanthropies; and
Mona Sinha, ’93BUS, of Women Moving Millions
Character, Community, and Capital: Insights on Social Justice
Speakers: Westley Moore of Robin Hood
Questions?: Please contact the Tamer Center directly.
Please note: the Center on Global Energy Policy is a proud supporter of this event but not the organizer or host.
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