Lisa Daniels, Windustry's Executive Director, spoke at the evening plenary session of the SRI Conference at the Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, October 29. This was the 24th annual SRI Conference, the Conference on Sustainable, Responsible, Impact Investing. Lisa's session was entitled "Redesigning Capitalism: Transformative Ownership that Works".
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm Redesigning Capitalism: Transformative Ownership that Works
Broadmoor Hall A GENERAL SESSION - PLENARY
Marjorie Kelly, Fellow, Tellus Institute; moderator
Lisa Daniels, Executive Director, Windustry
Blake Jones, President and Chief Executive Officer, Namaste Solar
Andrew Kassoy, Co-founder, B Corp
The SRI Conference on Sustainable, Responsible, Impact Investing
The 24th annual SRI Conference on Sustainable, Responsible, Impact Investing, October 28-30, 2013 at The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The SRI Conference is an annual gathering of the responsible investment industry designed to stimulate, inspire, and serve the needs of investment professionals, as well as institutional and high net worth investors who seek to direct investment capital in positive, healthy, and transformative ways toward a truly sustainable future. As the premier North American conference for the sustainable, responsible, impact (SRI) investing industry, the SRI Conference offers attendees many opportunities to meet and learn from passionate, creative people from all corners of the responsible investment community in the United States and around the world. The conference has been owned and produced by First Affirmative Financial Network since its inception in 1990 in collaboration with many other organizations that serve responsible investors.
A Gathering of Experts
Hundreds of financial professionals and industry practitioners attend The SRI Conference--with somewhat equal representation of the following groups: 1) licensed investment professionals serving investor clients; 2) SRI mutual fund companies, asset managers, social research organizations, and other product/service providers to the industry; and 3) investors, nonprofit organizations including community development banks and credit unions, faith based organizations, and other groups that work with investors on various social change initiatives.