|April 4, 2013|
11:30a - 1:00p (45 days ago)
Impact Investing Brownbag Session - Members Only
The Hub San Francisco, 901 Mission, Ste 105 (between 5th St & Mint St)
This event is for Full Circle Fund Members only. Space is very limited.
Is Impact Investing the next Venture Capital? We'll discuss this idea and more at this special Members Only brownbag lunchtime session featuring speakers:
Timothy Freundlich, President, Impact Assets
Michael Anders, Founding Partner, ICONIQ Capital and Board Member, Full Circle Fund
Moderated by Full Circle Fund Member Lindsay Norcott
Space is extremely limited. Light snacks will be provided but you are encouraged to bring your lunch! firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
About the speakers:
Tim Freundlich is a long-time innovator in new financial instruments in the social enterprise sector, which he now applies as the head of ImpactAssets. He has served in a number of capacities at Calvert Foundation over the last fourteen years, including his current role as special consultant. While there, he conceived of and launched the Giving Fund-the impact investment-based donor advised fund. He was also instrumental in building the $225 million Calvert Community Investment Note with more than $750 million invested into 300-plus nonprofits and for profits globally. He also helped to launch Community Investment Partners, an analysis and asset administration business for community development and social enterprise investment. He co-founded and serves as managing partner for Good Capital that, in addition to its flagship Social Enterprise Expansion Fund LP, has two operating spin outs. These include the 2,000 person annual Social Capital Markets (SOCAP) conferences in San Francisco and Europe; and Hub Bay Area, a co-working, meeting and community space serving approximately 1000 social innovators. Additionally, he serves on the steering committee of Hub North America. He received a Bachelor of Arts from Wesleyan University and a Master of Business Administration from the University of San Francisco. Tim and his wife Julie live in San Francisco with their sons Milo and Gus.
Michael Anders is a founding partner of ICONIQ Capital, a global multifamily office based in San Francisco. Prior to his current role, he worked at Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs, Franklin Templeton, Fidelity Investments and Societe Generale (in Paris and London). He received his B.A./B.S. in Political Science and Communication Studies from the University of Rhode Island, as well as a certificate in International Economics from Columbia University. He lives in San Francisco, CA with his wife Delphine, and their three children, Lella, Romeo and Luna.
About the moderator:
Lindsay Norcott works at ImpactAssets as the Strategic Initiatives Officer, focused on building knowledge resources that advance the field of impact investing, such as Issue Briefs and the annual ImpactAssets 50. She is also part of the team behind the Social Capital Markets conference, assisting with business development and program management. Previously at Entrepreneurs Foundation, Lindsay helped venture-backed companies in the Bay Area to develop and execute community involvement programs. She was the project leader for a Full Circle Fund grant to Beyond12, which supported development of a higher education partnership strategy. Lindsay is a graduate of Columbia Business School and Pomona College.