Kathy O. Brozek is a management consultant and writer working with organizations that have a social mission, including firms focused on socially responsible investing. Previously, she held both finance and marketing positions in the financial services industry.
The Slow Money Conference held last week aims to bring socially responsible investing to innovative companies that are creating jobs, improving the soil and growing healthy food at a sustainable scale.
The third annual Social Capital Markets conference, held last week in San Francisco, is charting a path to where investors and companies can incorporate the value of a clean environment into their portfolios.
Though green-collar jobs have been slow to take off in most parts of the country, an initiative aimed at breathing new life into Cleveland's University Circle neighborhood is sowing more than green shoots.