Restorative Capital Innovators- Investing in Inclusive Economies


The Restorative Capital Innovators series will focus on the work of BIPOC fund managers successfully building models of restorative finance. The April webinar is the first in a series and it also launches the partnership between ICC and ASBN to unlock more capital resources to BIPOC fund managers within the ICC network. RSF which has been an active member of the Restorative Investing Task Force has stepped up  to support this partnership and help unlock more resources through its network. 

The session will be moderated  by Laina Greene, CEO of Angels of Impact. Speakers include: Najaah Daniels, CEO of Inclusive Capital Collective; Erika Williams, Vice President of Client Development at RSF Social Finance, and Derek Peebles, Director of Inclusive Economies at ASBN. Derek will open with explaining the work of ASBN Inclusive Economies and how this partnership with ICC and the Restorative Investing Task Force is instrumental to building Inclusive Economies. Najaah will share the work of the ICC and offer some innovative financial instruments being innovated in its network. Erika will share about the Racial Justice Collaborative and how the work with ICC and ASBN Restorative Investing Task Force can help to flow resources to where it is needed most. 

At the end of this session, we will head to a separate Zoom break-out room for a deeper discussion post the panel.


Learn More about the Restorative Investing Working Group

The aim of the Restorative Investing Task Force is to encourage the shifting of wealth and power back into marginalized communities by learning from those on the ground doing the hard work. For our March webinar, We do this by offering opportunities for others to join in new forms of Restorative Investing Capital Innovators are creating and ensuring peer learning on how best to address the racial wealth gap in the United States.

Learn also about our working methodology
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