Ceniarth’s Diane Isenberg: ‘I am a gender-lens investor’

  • The $400 million family office deployed over $40 million last year in global funds and enterprises that, given the role of women in underserved rural communities, must attend to gender and power dynamics in underserved communities. “Yet, I still did not consider myself a gender-lens investor,” Isenberg writes in a guest post in ImpactAlpha. Now, she does.
  • What changed? In short, Suzanne Biegel’s Gender-Smart Investing Summit in London last year.