June 24

Viewpoint: How 2020 Will Turn Us Into Better Impact Investors

By Micki Wagner

One of the most reassuring things we’ve seen lately amidst the pandemic and the rallying for racial justice has been the way communities and industries have come together to give back and make an impact on those around them. But what will giving back and affecting change—both with our hearts and our wallets—look like once we emerge out of this?

On thursday, worth spoke to Etoy Ridgnal, global head of strategy and partnerships at the Will & Jada Smith Family Foundation, Liesel Pritzker Simmons, cofounder and principal of Blue Haven Initiative, Marcus Glover, founder of M. Glover Capital and Kathleen Entwistle, Managing Director at Morgan Stanley Private Wealth Management about the challenges of philanthropy and impact investing now and what doing good will look like as we move into the future.

Photo courtesy of Bill Oxford.

Source: Yahoo Finance (link opens in a new window)

Coronavirus, Investing
impact investing, philanthropy