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Lane Powell and Frank Paganelli will host the Impact Finance Center (IFC) who will present “Toward a National Impact Investing Marketplace: Lessons From CO Impact Days” on Thursday, November 10, in the Firm’s Mt. Baker Conference Room in the Seattle office from 8-9 a.m. During the event Dr. Stephanie Gripne, Founder of the IFC, and Craig Muska, previously Founding President of Canopy, will discuss how we can move billions of dollars into our communities one transaction at a time. The IFC is working with Amalgamated Bank and the Forum of Regional Association of Grantmakers in a partnership to launch a National Impact Investing Marketplace. Gripne and Muska will provide a brief impact investing overview and highlight the plan to develop a national impact investing marketplace.
The IFC is one of eight academic impact investing centers that conducts research, and one of only two with transaction experience. Working with individuals, families, foundations, businesses and other experts, IFC helps build long-term, effective philanthropic strategies and actionable plans that align with philanthropists’ values. IFC accomplishes this mission through research, education, and advising and special projects such as CO Impact Days and Initiative.
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