Rosa Lee Harden is the co-founder of the largest and most popular conference on Impact Investing, SoCap. She is also an Episcopal priest. She talks to Carol Sanford, host of The Responsible Capitalist Podcast, about how faith can influence investing and why she got into investing. Her answers may surprise you.
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Michael “Luni” Libes talks with Carol Sanford about his teaching, business investments, and latest venture, FLEDGE.
Writer and angel investor, Marianne Abib-Pech, tells us how she decides on investments and advises other investors while also considering social challenges.
Do you know if the investment you are making will really make a difference? Carol discusses the three levels of impact a business can have. Shaun Paul, a longtime impact investor and founder of EcoLogic Development Fund, joins her to discuss the evolution and growth of impact investing. To learn more about responsible impact […]
Most investors know how to do financial due diligence. Learn how to do social due diligence in this podcast as Carol talks with Kevin Jones, founder of SoCap conferences and Good Capital. To learn more about responsible impact investing, read Carol’s latest book, The Responsible Entrepreneur. click here
Carol talks with Robbie Vitrano, the founder of Idea Village and Naked Pizza, on the need to align the essence of investors with the essence of a start-up or company.
Entrepreneurship is the heart of our economic system. It is also the clearest evidence of capitalism working at its best. But it requires several things to thrive. And two are at risk of being ripped away. The level playing field of the Internet, as articulated in this NYTimes opinion piece and the availability of getting […]
The Responsible Entrepreneur versus The Social Entrepreneur The Fourth of July parade I just watched in my new hometown, abutting north Seattle, reminded me of something really important about America. We are entrepreneurial to our core. The rugged individual is in our DNA. The rebel, take-no-prisoners archetype is how we brag and demonstrate our mettle—men and women. […]
Why some businesses do well even through downturns in the markets.
Management is still pretty traditional in most business. Teams are talked about but rarely implemented in deep ways. And there are few who use the principle of what Responsible Management looks — which improved democracy, capitalism, EArth and community regeneration, while improve customer lives and giving enduring ethical returns.