Ben Wrobel is Director of Communications at Village Capital, a pioneer in participatory investing. Meg Massey is a journalist covering social impact and social justice in the world of finance. Her writing has been featured in Time, Fortune, and Impact
Thinking outside of the box often lends itself to acting as a thought leader for our partners and other changemakers—because reversing the tides of global inequality is a cooperative effort. And at Lebec Consulting, we believe in sharing what we’ve learned along the way.
Like so many of us, I cringed when I heard CBS had greenlit a new reality show that turns activists into contestants who compete “to bring meaningful change to one of three urgent universal causes: health, education, and the environment.”
Greg Neichin is the Director of Ceniarth—a single-family office and private foundation focused on funding market-based solutions that benefit underserved communities. Ceniarth brings together both investment and philanthropic capital to support entrepreneurs and organizations addressing the world’s most pressing issues, and who are directly
Cebo Carr is an international business owner (Next Generation NYC and Japan NXGN) and world-renowned artist, dancer, community leader, and dance studio owner. His inspiring journey and contributions have been hugely impactful and influential within the street dance culture. Cebo
Vicki Saunders, the incredible Founder of SHEEO, talks all about radical collaboration and rethinking our roles as humans on this planet. Who should we interview next? We’d love to hear your thoughts. Why Women(+)? We were inspired by one of
PSA to Women Philanthropists & Impact Investors: You Aren’t Getting the Financial Resources You Need
Women philanthropists and impact investors, you need to hear this: 1) You’re most often participating in giving and investment activities at HIGHER rates than men. Yet 2) you are making LESS of an impact simply because you’re not getting the