Impact Investing and Public Policy Series
Mission Investors Exchange invites you to participate in a series of virtual learning and engagement opportunities focused on impact investing, public policy, and government. Through webinars, informal Open Mics, and other virtual offerings, foundations and other philanthropic asset owners will learn about policy recommendations, strategies to identify complementary capital, and how federal, state, and local government officials can be engaged to drive resources into mission-aligned efforts that further goals for healthy, just, and equitable communities.
See below for a list of events in the series, and click on each event to learn more and register. Stay tuned as we add more events in the coming weeks! To receive updates on the series, join our mailing list. And contact [email protected] with questions.
Glenmede and the Investment Company Institute will discuss the implications of a Biden-led administration on key issues around sustainable investing — including climate change, diversity and inclusion, and more. Stay tuned for a recording!
2/3, 3-4:30PM ET: Public Policy Wins to Benefit Communities: The Roles for Mission Investors in 2021
In this webinar, Shena Ashley of Urban Institute, Melanie Audette of Mission Investors Exchange, Lisa Mensah of Opportunity Finance Network, and Fran Seegull of The U.S. Impact Investing Alliance will reveal public policy recommendations that can best leverage private capital for public good, and the roles foundations can take to advance these policies for a just and equitable recovery from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
2/18, 2-3PM ET: How Impact Investors Can Use Policy Advocacy and Engagement to Advance the Common Good
Hosted by Urban Institute, this webinar will explore how impact investing field leaders and advocates can develop and strengthen effective messages and approaches for engaging the federal government as it transitions.
An interactive conversation exploring strategies to connect with federal government agency staff members to identify complementary capital, deal-flow, and bridge-building strategies that can attract capital to local communities.
An interactive conversation exploring strategies to connect with state governments — including cabinet staff members — to identify complementary capital, deal-flow, and bridge-building strategies that can attract capital to local communities.
An interactive conversation exploring strategies to connect with local government, community economic development agencies, CRA providers, and more. You'll also learn of, and have the opportunity to share, community led efforts to identify complementary capital, deal-flow, and bridge-building strategies that can attract capital to local communities.