Do you know what your 401(k) and personal investments are supporting? Join us for our April Sustainable Breakfast Series to learn about sustainable investing to ensure your investments are aligned with your values.
The program will feature a presentation by Andrew Behar from As You Sow, the nation’s leading non-profit practitioner of shareholder advocacy and engagement. Since 1992, they have used shareholder power to align investments with values and compel companies to reduce material risk on issues including climate change; toxins in the food system; ocean plastics; diversity, equity, and inclusion; racial justice; and wage equity.
As You Sow’s Invest Your Values program is a free online tool that analyzes the sustainability impact of thousands of U.S. mutual funds, ETFs, and 401k plans. Andrew will get you familiar with using this tool for your own investments in his interactive presentation. You’ll leave with the tools and knowledge you need to make sustainable change to your investment portfolio. As You Sow is not an investment adviser nor do they provide financial planning, legal, or tax advice.
Ahead of the program, get inspired with a recap of the Climate Action stories from our community!
Andrew Behar, CEO of As You Sow
Previously Andrew was a documentary filmmaker and entrepreneur founding start-ups developing an innovative physiological monitoring medical device and grid-scale fuel cells. He is on the board of The Responsible Sourcing Network is on the XPrize Brain-Trust for Abundant Energy and the advisory boards of Real Impact Tracker and 1-Earth Institute. His book, The Shareholders Action Guide: Unleash Your Hidden Powers to Hold Corporations Accountable, was published in November 2016 by Berrett-Koehler.
Tuesday, April 26, 8:30AM—9:30AM
Online Webinar, access link available at the bottom of your confirmation email after registration and in reminder emails leading up to the program.
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