Tag Archives: Impact Investing

The Effect of Inserting the Impact Variable: SOCAP16

This post was written by Zen Dedekind, CASE i3 Fellow and Co-Chair for the 2016-17 academic year. Zen recently attended SOCAP, the annual conference in San Francisco that brings together impact investors, social entrepreneurs, foundations, corporations, global nonprofits, and others contributing to a …

A First-Timer’s Experience: 3 Reflections from SOCAP

Cathy Clark at SOCAP

Earlier this month, I had the opportunity to attend SOCAP16 for the first time. With the tagline “A Conference at the Intersection of Money + Meaning,” this annual convening of global innovators, investors, foundations, governments, institutions, and social entrepreneurs deeply …

You Need Capital for Your Growing Social Venture. What Now?

This post originally appeared on the SOCAP blog. You can read the original post here. We are happy to announce the CASE Smart Impact Capital™ site has officially launched this week! You can view the website here. The Challenges of …

Day in Durham: Spending Time in the Muck

This post was written by Tiffany Hsieh, a 2018 Fuqua MBA and a CASE Scholar. For the past three years, she conducted impact evaluations of education programs at the non-profit, independent research institute SRI International. She previously taught middle school …

A Summer Interning in Social Impact Bonds and Healthcare

Julia Korn SIF

Julia Korn (Daytime MBA 2017) came to Fuqua from a career in healthcare. Most recently, she worked for North Shore-LIJ Health System (now Northwell Health). At Fuqua she is a CASE Fellow and the co-lead of the Net Impact Careers …

Navigating Impact Investing: The Opportunity in Impact Classes

The growth in interest in impact investing has been steady over recent years, with a newly released study by U.S Trust showing that 93% of millennials interviewed saying social impact is key to their investing decisions. Despite this, multiple barriers still …