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Nia’s Kristin Hull: How I invest in environmental sustainability and social change

“While I was having fun meeting local entrepreneurs solving key problems, directing capital toward innovative solutions, and earning significant returns, I saw that few investors were following suit,” she writes in the next installment in ImpactAlpha’s “Walking the Talk” series.

State Street Says Yes: Is Women’s Leadership on Corporate Boards Material to Investors?

This year, International Women’s Day was also A Day Without Women for many businesses. Companies found out just how difficult it is to get through the day, much less make progress or profits, without their female employees. This may be true for corporate boards of directors as well. Perhaps the week’s signal event was the announcement from

After the Women’s March: Make the Most of Where You Shop, Save and Invest

We marched. We came together in cities across the globe to protest the inauguration of a president who does not embody the values we espouse. So many of us marched, it was the largest recorded protest in U.S. history. There were so many thoughtful messages and humorous signs, and many different issues to embrace and hold