TigerTalks Digital: Sustaining Impact in a Changing World

Date
Sep 30, 2020, 4:00 pm5:00 pm
Location
Online
Audience
  • Alumni
  • Faculty
  • Graduate Students
  • Postdocs
  • Undergraduate Students
Event Description

Hosted by Princeton Entrepreneurship Council with support from the Association of Black Princeton Alumni and Princeton Alumni Angels, this panel will highlight the work of Black impact investors in the Princeton community, and to discuss the role that impact investing has in investing in and collaborating with entrepreneurs who are leading the way towards mission-driven solutions for our society.

Entrepreneurs and organizations focused on efforts that lead to systemic change currently navigate challenges to their effectiveness; the current public health emergency, economic crisis, and racial reckoning come together to illuminate the need for nimble solutions. Impact investors can play a critical role in supporting and resourcing impact-driven work, especially as it takes place amidst a changing world impacted by a pandemic. Panelists will discuss how impact investors can be critical allies, thought partners and supporters to Black and other underrepresented founders leading vital, socially conscious work that acknowledges lived experience as expertise, and drives a double bottom line / impact.

Featured Panelists:

Roy Swan '86, Head of Mission Investments , Ford Foundation

Kesha Cash, General Partner, Impact America fund

Eric Collins '88, CEO & Founding Member, Impact X Capital LLP

Trene Hawkins '06, Program Officer, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Adetola Olatunji '11, Associate Partner, New Profit

Jared Crooks '11 *15, Science Impact Investor, Schmidt Futures

 

TigerTalks Digital: Sustaining Impact in a Changing World

Update: This event will be live-streamed on the Princeton University Twitter account. 

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Sponsors
  • Princeton Entrepreneurship Council
  • Association of Black Princeton Alumni
  • Princeton Alumni Angels
Speakers
Event Series
TigerTalks
Event Type
Panel Discussion
Topic
Black/BIPOC
Social impact