San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join the Social Enterprise Institute as we welcome Ms. Rebecca Leventhal of Social Finance US to discuss the organization's groundbreaking work bringing social impact bonds to scale. This series, "Investing for Impact", is a two part series featuring innovators in the impact investing and social finance sector.
About our Distinguished Speaker
As the Director for Social Finance US, Ms. Leventhal leads the organization's criminal justice and Social Impact Bond variant work. Prior to her work at Social Finance US Ms. Leventhal held various roles in the public and private sector, working in government, politics, finance and the nonprofit field. For the past three years, Ms. Leventhal has been an ambassador for President Bill Clinton throughout the world and across the United States in support of his political, charitable, and personal work. Before law school, Ms. Leventhal spent 15 months working for Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign, where she cultivated relationships with local communities in over 30 states.
Ms. Leventhal began her career at Merrill Lynch in Municipal Finance department where she financed state and local government institutions and nonprofit facilities. She later joined the Structured Finance department where she arranged secured transactions. Ms. Leventhal holds a JD from Harvard Law School an AB in Social Studies from Harvard College.
Please join us for an OPTIONAL networking reception hosted by the Social Enterprise Institute Student Association, with light refreshments catered by Haley House Bakery & Cafe, a social business based in Roxbury.
The speaker will begin promptly at 6:00PM.
For more information about Social Finance US, please visit: www.socialfinance.org
OPTIONAL Networking & Refreshments: 5:30-6:00PM (SEI Student Association only)
Date: Monday, February 25, 2013
Location: Alumni Center, 6th Floor, 716 Columbus Place, Boston MA 02115
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The Social Enterprise Institute is grounded in the belief that business can be a powerful tool in helping to alleviate poverty in the developing world.