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INVESTOR ORGANIZATIONS AND FINANCIAL INDUSTRY FIRMS’ ANAL...

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New Guide Helps College Endowments Promote Racial Equity

BOSTON, MA (August 20, 2020) – Colleges and universities around the country grappling with multiple intersecting crises now have a new tool to take actions that promote racial equity and support long-term well-being for their students, employees, communities, and institutions. Launched today, Investing in Racial Equity: A Primer for College & University Endowments guides higher education fiduciaries through key concepts, tools, and examples of investment strategies that manage the systemic risk posed by racial inequity, shape a more equitable economy, and deliver financial returns to sustain the institution.

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Student Organizations’ Impact in Higher Ed Divestment Com...

This post by Gwladys Ngatchou, IEN Intern, 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 an intern's insights on possibility of collaboration between Higher Ed institutions and student organizations. 

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Secha Capital: A New Long-Term Approach to Private Equity...

This post by Brendan J. Mullen, of Secha Capital, 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 on how to evaluate fund managers in the private equity market. 

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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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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."

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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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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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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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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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Secha Capital: A New Long-Term Approach to Private Equity...

This post by Brendan J. Mullen, of Secha Capital, 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 on how to evaluate fund managers in the private equity market. 

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Student Organizations’ Impact in Higher Ed Divestment Com...

This post by Gwladys Ngatchou, IEN Intern, 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 an intern's insights on possibility of collaboration between Higher Ed institutions and student organizations. 

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New Guide Helps College Endowments Promote Racial Equity

BOSTON, MA (August 20, 2020) – Colleges and universities around the country grappling with multiple intersecting crises now have a new tool to take actions that promote racial equity and support long-term well-being for their students, employees, communities, and institutions. Launched today, Investing in Racial Equity: A Primer for College & University Endowments guides higher education fiduciaries through key concepts, tools, and examples of investment strategies that manage the systemic risk posed by racial inequity, shape a more equitable economy, and deliver financial returns to sustain the institution.

Read More


INVESTOR ORGANIZATIONS AND FINANCIAL INDUSTRY FIRMS’ ANAL...

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."

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INVESTOR ORGANIZATIONS AND FINANCIAL INDUSTRY FIRMS’ ANAL...

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New Guide Helps College Endowments Promote Racial Equity

BOSTON, MA (August 20, 2020) – Colleges and universities around the country grappling with multiple intersecting crises now have a new tool to take actions that promote racial equity and support long-term well-being for their students, employees, communities, and institutions. Launched today, Investing in Racial Equity: A Primer for College & University Endowments guides higher education fiduciaries through key concepts, tools, and examples of investment strategies that manage the systemic risk posed by racial inequity, shape a more equitable economy, and deliver financial returns to sustain the institution.

Read More


Secha Capital: A New Long-Term Approach to Private Equity...

This post by Brendan J. Mullen, of Secha Capital, 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 on how to evaluate fund managers in the private equity market. 

Read More


Student Organizations’ Impact in Higher Ed Divestment Com...

This post by Gwladys Ngatchou, IEN Intern, 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 an intern's insights on possibility of collaboration between Higher Ed institutions and student organizations. 

Read More


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

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