Episode six of our new podcast series, Money + Meaning: Unlikely Allies Building New Markets for Impact is now available!
Episode Six: Unlikely Allies Joel Solomon and Akaya Windwood
How can we rethink finance and create a new generation of leaders that will build an inclusive, equitable, and just economy? Akaya Windwood and Joel Solomon provide their own unique insights in our new episode of Money and Meaning.
Akaya Windwood is the outgoing President of Rockwood Leadership Institute, an organization that provides transformative leadership trainings for social change, nonprofit, and philanthropic communities. Joel Solomon is Co-Founder and Chair of Renewal Funds, Canada’s largest mission venture capital firm with $98M under management, and author of the book, The Clean Money Revolution.
These unlikely allies first came together to help develop the Integrated Capital Institute for RSF Social Finance. Together they worked to build a program designed to lead a group of emerging visionaries and help them think about all the creative ways that money could be used to create social change. In this conversation led by Liz Maxwell, Joel and Akaya talk about the vitally important work they are doing at the intersection of money, social change, and leadership.
- Interview: SOCAP Conversations: Akaya Windwood on Leading with the Heart and Building Authentic Relationships to Create Real Change
- Read Joel Solomon’s SOCAP guest post: 5 Ways to Be a Clean Money Revolutionary in 2017
About Money + Meaning
Money + Meaning is the official podcast of SOCAP. This series aims to expand the conversation around impact investing and strategies to finance and support social change while stimulating innovative and valuable new partnerships across sectors.