Check out our upcoming events and opportunities:
Impact Investing - Gaining a foothold and crafting a career
Tues Dec 4, 6pm-8:30pm, Mitchell Hall GW University
Pathways in Impact Investing is the second in a three part series on impact investing that explores a range of career paths in this dynamic and evolving industry.
When considering a career in impact investing it is important to think about where you can make the greatest impact. Think about what interests you - whether it is a specific environmental or social issue or a country, region, or community in need. It's also important to think about the kind role you would like to play in this growing ecosystem and the ways in which you can leverage your previous experience to gain a foothold in the industry.
This panel and breakouts will explore a diverse range of career paths in the impact investing industry - from investment analysis and dealflow to operations and impact management. Panelists will share their stories and strategies, as well as, field questions and share tips in brief, but intimate breakout sessions.
Thank you to the following contributors for sharing their industry insights:
Kathrine St. Onge: Director of Syndications and Institutional Partnerships at Calvert Impact Capital.
Chuck Redmond: VP of Finance and Operations at VPP.
Dipa Sharif: Impact Investment Consultant
Rayanne Hawkins: Business Operations Manager for the Pay for Success Initiative at the Urban Institute.
John Stroud: former senior executive at Greenworks Lending and Lehman Brothers
DCNI Holiday Party 2018
Thurs Dec 6, 6pm-8:30pm, Mission Navy Yard
Join DC Net Impact, in partnership with Green Drinks DC, for a night of merriment and camaraderie at our annual Holiday Party! Though the weather is getting colder, the rich conversation will keep us warm at the Mission Navy Yard. Whether you are a lifetime Net Impact member or have yet to come to one of our events, we look forward to toasting away the year with you!
50% of our net income will be donated to the non-profit New Endeavors by Women.
NEW transforms lives by providing housing, fostering the development of life skills, and promoting education and employment to end the cycle of homelessness in Washington, DC. Since opening their doors in 1988, NEW’s programs and services have helped more than 3,000 women and children take steps toward achieving greater self-sufficiency and independence. Mission Bar will also donate $2 to NEW for every Tito's Mule drink sold!
Tickets are $15 and include a tasty selection of hors d'oeuvres. We've reserved the front bar, and max capacity is 50 people, so get your ticket via eventbrite now!