Student Managed Funds Working Group

This Working Group connects student managed fund advisors, academics focused on sustainable investing, and students involved in student-managed funds to share best practices and resources to advance sustainable investing curriculum and strategies in each fund.

  • Eban Goodstein, Bard Center for Environmental Policy
  • Harold Bracy, Brown University
  • Varun Narayan, Brown University
  • Asli Ascioglu, Bryant University
  • Mike Phillips, California State University Northridge
  • Chenoa Schatzki-McClain, Carleton College
  • Nathalie Wallace, Ceres
  • Jem Hudson, Harvard College
  • David Wood, Harvard University
  • Jonathan Gill, Harvard University
  • Shannon Mudd, Haverford College
  • Alexander Laitamaki, New York University
  • Deborah Burand, New York University
  • Cecilia Chapiro, New York University
  • Sara Minard, Northeastern University
  • Kaustubh Bansal, Northeastern University
  • Chen Min, Northeastern University
  • Ruby Khan, Northeastern University
  • Marcie Smith, Responsible Endowments Coalition
  • Stephanie Bertels, Simon Fraser University
  • Loretta Gallegos, Center for Social Innovation, Stanford Graduate School of Business
  • Seren Pendleton- Knoll, UC Berkeley Haas School of Business Center for Responsible Business
  • Liesel Schwarz, Villanova University
  • Richard Bookbinder, Washington College
  • Russell Heller, Yale University
  • Cary Krosinsky, Yale University
  • Gabe Rissman, Yale University

 

If you are interested in contributing to this conversation and/or joining this working group, feel free to email nicole@intentionalendowments.org or use this link to request to join the group's listserv.

 

Related Resources: 

  • List of  student managed funds with some sustainable, responsible, impact, or ESG focus.

  • This working group is developing a toolkit to help with creating an SRI/ESG student fund, scheduled to be released in the fall of 2017

 

To learn what this group has been up to, check out the following document with notes from previous calls: