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HBCUs As A Catalyst For Change

This post by Trevor Nelson, of SIILK - Faculty and Student Connection, is part of a series in which IEN members and peer learning groups share their thinking about intentional endowment investing to address racial injustice and other diversity, equity, and inclusion themes. Follow along to read students' insights into DEI and the "S" factor in ESG.

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America’s Elite Colleges Debt to Black America

This post by Felicia Davis of Clark Atlanta University is part of a series in which IEN members share their thinking about intentional endowment investing to address racial injustice and other diversity, equity, and inclusion themes. Follow along to read insights into DEI and the "S" factor in ESG.

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The Role of Universities in Addressing Racial and Gender ...

This post by Kerin McCauley, of NYU Stern, is part of a series in which IEN members and network partners share their thinking about intentional endowment investing to address racial injustice and other diversity, equity, and inclusion themes. Follow along to read members' insights into DEI and the "S" factor in ESG."

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Natixis Sustainable Future Funds: Weathering the Pandemic

This post by Natixis is part of a series in which IEN members will share their thinking about intentional endowment investing in the face of this global pandemic. Follow along to get insight into the new challenges and opportunities we as a network are facing

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An Investors' Guide to Investing for Racial Equity

This post by Kristin Hull, of Nia Impact Capital, is part of a series in which IEN members share their thinking about intentional endowment investing to address racial injustice and other diversity, equity, and inclusion themes. Follow along to read members' insights into DEI and the "S" factor in ESG."

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US SIF RELEASES STATEMENT ON DEPARTMENT OF LABOR RULEMAKI...

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University of California, Berkeley Students Win First-of-...

Over the past academic year, student teams from across the U.S. participated in a first-of-its-kind student investment competition hosted by the Intentional Endowments Network (IEN). A panel of judges selected the team from the University of California, Berkeley as the inaugural winners of the SIILK Corporate Engagement Competition, for preparing the strongest investment recommendation and shareholder engagement strategy to improve company performance (and investment returns) through better environmental, social, and governance (ESG) practices. “The competition gave us an opportunity to think about strategies for engaging with management and practice crafting a shareholder resolution,” said Katharine Hawthorne, a member of the winning team. “Highlights of the competition included learning how the other teams integrated financial and ESG considerations and seeing the...

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Considering the Future of Work in the Midst of the Covid-...

This post by Heidi Bush, CFA; Craig Metrick, CAIA and Katherine Pease of Cornerstone Capital Group is part of a series in which IEN members will share their thinking about intentional endowment investing in the face of this global pandemic. Follow along to get insight into the new challenges and opportunities we as a network are facing  

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Emerging Markets: Why Will Good Corporate Governance Prot...

This post by Usman Ali of Mobius Capital Partners is part of a series in which IEN members will share their thinking about intentional endowment investing in the face of this global pandemic. Follow along to get insight into the new challenges and opportunities we as a network are facing

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COVID-19 THROUGH AN ESG INVESTING LENS

This post by Emily Dwyer and Lisa Fillingame Abraham of Brown Advisory is part of a series in which IEN members will share their thinking about intentional endowment investing in the face of this global pandemic. Follow along to get insight into the new challenges and opportunities we as a network are facing.

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COVID-19 THROUGH AN ESG INVESTING LENS

This post by Emily Dwyer and Lisa Fillingame Abraham of Brown Advisory is part of a series in which IEN members will share their thinking about intentional endowment investing in the face of this global pandemic. Follow along to get insight into the new challenges and opportunities we as a network are facing.

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Emerging Markets: Why Will Good Corporate Governance Prot...

This post by Usman Ali of Mobius Capital Partners is part of a series in which IEN members will share their thinking about intentional endowment investing in the face of this global pandemic. Follow along to get insight into the new challenges and opportunities we as a network are facing

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Considering the Future of Work in the Midst of the Covid-...

This post by Heidi Bush, CFA; Craig Metrick, CAIA and Katherine Pease of Cornerstone Capital Group is part of a series in which IEN members will share their thinking about intentional endowment investing in the face of this global pandemic. Follow along to get insight into the new challenges and opportunities we as a network are facing  

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University of California, Berkeley Students Win First-of-...

Over the past academic year, student teams from across the U.S. participated in a first-of-its-kind student investment competition hosted by the Intentional Endowments Network (IEN). A panel of judges selected the team from the University of California, Berkeley as the inaugural winners of the SIILK Corporate Engagement Competition, for preparing the strongest investment recommendation and shareholder engagement strategy to improve company performance (and investment returns) through better environmental, social, and governance (ESG) practices. “The competition gave us an opportunity to think about strategies for engaging with management and practice crafting a shareholder resolution,” said Katharine Hawthorne, a member of the winning team. “Highlights of the competition included learning how the other teams integrated financial and ESG considerations and seeing the...

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US SIF RELEASES STATEMENT ON DEPARTMENT OF LABOR RULEMAKI...

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An Investors' Guide to Investing for Racial Equity

This post by Kristin Hull, of Nia Impact Capital, is part of a series in which IEN members share their thinking about intentional endowment investing to address racial injustice and other diversity, equity, and inclusion themes. Follow along to read members' insights into DEI and the "S" factor in ESG."

Read More


Natixis Sustainable Future Funds: Weathering the Pandemic

This post by Natixis is part of a series in which IEN members will share their thinking about intentional endowment investing in the face of this global pandemic. Follow along to get insight into the new challenges and opportunities we as a network are facing

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The Role of Universities in Addressing Racial and Gender ...

This post by Kerin McCauley, of NYU Stern, is part of a series in which IEN members and network partners share their thinking about intentional endowment investing to address racial injustice and other diversity, equity, and inclusion themes. Follow along to read members' insights into DEI and the "S" factor in ESG."

Read More


America’s Elite Colleges Debt to Black America

This post by Felicia Davis of Clark Atlanta University is part of a series in which IEN members share their thinking about intentional endowment investing to address racial injustice and other diversity, equity, and inclusion themes. Follow along to read insights into DEI and the "S" factor in ESG.

Read More


HBCUs As A Catalyst For Change

This post by Trevor Nelson, of SIILK - Faculty and Student Connection, is part of a series in which IEN members and peer learning groups share their thinking about intentional endowment investing to address racial injustice and other diversity, equity, and inclusion themes. Follow along to read students' insights into DEI and the "S" factor in ESG.

Read More


HBCUs As A Catalyst For Change

This post by Trevor Nelson, of SIILK - Faculty and Student Connection, is part of a series in which IEN members and peer learning groups share their thinking about intentional endowment investing to address racial injustice and other diversity, equity, and inclusion themes. Follow along to read students' insights into DEI and the "S" factor in ESG.

Read More


Natixis Sustainable Future Funds: Weathering the Pandemic

This post by Natixis is part of a series in which IEN members will share their thinking about intentional endowment investing in the face of this global pandemic. Follow along to get insight into the new challenges and opportunities we as a network are facing

Read More


America’s Elite Colleges Debt to Black America

This post by Felicia Davis of Clark Atlanta University is part of a series in which IEN members share their thinking about intentional endowment investing to address racial injustice and other diversity, equity, and inclusion themes. Follow along to read insights into DEI and the "S" factor in ESG.

Read More


An Investors' Guide to Investing for Racial Equity

This post by Kristin Hull, of Nia Impact Capital, is part of a series in which IEN members share their thinking about intentional endowment investing to address racial injustice and other diversity, equity, and inclusion themes. Follow along to read members' insights into DEI and the "S" factor in ESG."

Read More


COVID-19 THROUGH AN ESG INVESTING LENS

This post by Emily Dwyer and Lisa Fillingame Abraham of Brown Advisory is part of a series in which IEN members will share their thinking about intentional endowment investing in the face of this global pandemic. Follow along to get insight into the new challenges and opportunities we as a network are facing.

Read More


Considering the Future of Work in the Midst of the Covid-...

This post by Heidi Bush, CFA; Craig Metrick, CAIA and Katherine Pease of Cornerstone Capital Group is part of a series in which IEN members will share their thinking about intentional endowment investing in the face of this global pandemic. Follow along to get insight into the new challenges and opportunities we as a network are facing  

Read More


Emerging Markets: Why Will Good Corporate Governance Prot...

This post by Usman Ali of Mobius Capital Partners is part of a series in which IEN members will share their thinking about intentional endowment investing in the face of this global pandemic. Follow along to get insight into the new challenges and opportunities we as a network are facing

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The Role of Universities in Addressing Racial and Gender ...

This post by Kerin McCauley, of NYU Stern, is part of a series in which IEN members and network partners share their thinking about intentional endowment investing to address racial injustice and other diversity, equity, and inclusion themes. Follow along to read members' insights into DEI and the "S" factor in ESG."

Read More


US SIF RELEASES STATEMENT ON DEPARTMENT OF LABOR RULEMAKI...

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University of California, Berkeley Students Win First-of-...

Over the past academic year, student teams from across the U.S. participated in a first-of-its-kind student investment competition hosted by the Intentional Endowments Network (IEN). A panel of judges selected the team from the University of California, Berkeley as the inaugural winners of the SIILK Corporate Engagement Competition, for preparing the strongest investment recommendation and shareholder engagement strategy to improve company performance (and investment returns) through better environmental, social, and governance (ESG) practices. “The competition gave us an opportunity to think about strategies for engaging with management and practice crafting a shareholder resolution,” said Katharine Hawthorne, a member of the winning team. “Highlights of the competition included learning how the other teams integrated financial and ESG considerations and seeing the...

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