The next generation of impact leaders
Stephanie Nieman, SJF Ventures
Are we capturing the talent pipeline in impact investing? Are we making it easier for the next generation to follow today's leaders? Is mentorship even possible anymore? Will there ever be a simple career pathway? Do young professionals have to work on Wall Street to gain financial chops before one can be successful moving over to impact or is there a pure impact investment career path? Hear from the next generation of impact leaders on what they still need to succeed and what the future looks like.
career, future, impact investing, jobs, Talent
Stephanie Nieman, Principal, SJF Ventures
- Associates & Principals in leading impact funds, both those investing in U.S. and emerging markets - Cathy Clark, Faculty Director, Duke Center for Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship (CASE), on graduate student pipeline - young first-time fund manager, like Kesha Casha or Stephen DeBerry, showing an entrepreneurial path