Editor’s note: This article is part of a continuing series in which Paul Ellis, a well-known advisor and consultant on sustainable investing strategies, interviews industry professionals on the topics of millennials and sustainable investing. What follows is an interview with two industry experts from ImpactAssets, a nonprofit financial services firm that increases the flow of capital into investments that deliver financial, social and environmental returns: Mackenzie Colgan, regional director, distribution and Beth Stelluto, chief growth officer. To read the first article in the series, click here: ews he-wise-woman-and-the-millennial-23738.html To read the second article in the series, click here: /news/millennials-leading-the-way-in-sustainable-investing-24019.html Paul: Kenzie, how did you get involved in the sustainable and impact investment field? Kenzie: I was in Nairobi when I was 18, working for a nonprofit.
Millennials Work To Mainstream Impact Investing