Penelope Douglas, Board President of Hub Bay Area and SOCAP, has three decades of social capital experience in her back pocket. At 6pm on April 4th, the woman recognized as a pioneer of “compassionate capitalism”, will moderate the panel ‘Social Capital: The Intersection of Money and Meaning’ at The Commonwealth Club in San Francisco. Joined by three fellow Bay Area social entrepreneurs as panelists – Patrick Donohue of The Hoop, David Hodgson of The Idea Hive and Kate Sofis of SFMade, Penelope will facilitate discussion around a “new outlook on how social good and capital gain can coincide.” Don’t miss a fantastic opportunity to learn more about local organizations in the social capital market and how you can get involved. Register here!
Author: Megan McFaddenhttp://www.socialcapitalmarkets.net
Megan is the Online Media Manager for Social Capital Markets where she is responsible for growing the organizations online presence through website management, community outreach, social media, and strategic partnerships. Prior to joining SOCAP, Megan was a founding team member of a social enterprise start-up called Everywun, an online giving platform, where she led online media and product development. Megan has done work for multiple startup organizations including a natural food company, an LGBT community non-profit, and a B-Corp public relations firm.