About the Event
The Vermont Women’s Investor Network (VT WIN) in collaboration with the Northern New England Womens’ Investor Network (NNE WIN) is excited to host Joel Solomon of Renewal Fund and author of the Clean Money Revolution, and Deb Nelson, of VP of Client & Community Engagement at RSF Social Finance for an interactive discussion on effective integrated capital strategies that re-think the purpose of money and use it for good rather than harm. In its most simple form, integrated capital is defined as “the coordinated use of diverse forms of financial and human capital to support enterprises and strategies that address complex social and environmental problems.” They’ll bring tales from the front lines of working with women investors, philanthropists and entrepreneurs doing this work. Participants will have time to consider how to apply integrated capital strategies and invest in companies that align with their values. Learn more about Joel Solomon here. And, read this interview with Deb Nelson on The Real Purpose of Money.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Women angel investors, women interested in learning more about angel, impact and/or investing in local businesses in their community. While this workshop does not preclude men or entrepreneurs from attending, registration is limited due to space so we will prioritize attendees above.
The Stoweflake Mountain Resort & Conference Center, 1746 Mountain Road, Stowe, Vermont. Click here for directions. For a link of places to stay in the area, visit https://www.gostowe.com/lodging/.
You’ll get a lively discussion with pioneers in the field of impact investing, delicious luncheon, great networking and, a copy of Joel Solomon’s book, “The Clean Money Revolution.”
HOW DO I REGISTER?
Please register on the Eventbrite page. For questions, feel free to contact email@example.com. Note that space is limited to 75 people so, don’t wait to register!
Thanks to the organizations supporting this workshop including:
Our Lead NNE WIN Tri-State Sponsor: PEOPLES UNITED BANK
Vermont State Sponsors: Vermont Community Foundation, Milk Money Vermont, Vermont Works, Flexible Capital Fund, Vernal Ventures and Merritt & Merritt.