San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
What’s all the buzz about SRI?
Connecting Socially Responsive Investing (SRI) & USGBC's mission
Join Investment Advisor Carrie B. VanWinkle to learn the basics of SociallyResponsive Investing. Carrie will lead us through the world of SRI, including:
- Green Investing
- Hot topics of Divestment and going Fossil Fuel-Free
- She’ll make the connections between the mission of the USGBC and the world of Socially Responsive Investing.
You’ll come away from this interesting Lunch & Learn feeling more informed about SRI and how investing with values is supporting green building initiatives across the country and the globe.
Some examples of Socially Responsive Investing include:
Above Boston Community Capital affordable housing solar project.
Above FAHE helped turn an old school building in Corbin, Kentucky, into 32 energy-efficient apartments for low-income housing.
Above A Boston Community Capital project financed photovoltaic solar panels which supported the nonprofit hunger relief organization Greater Boston Food Bank.
Your Lunch & Learn registration fee includes lunch, a beverage, and dessert.
About the Speaker
Carrie B. VanWinkle is a Louisville based, fee-only Investment Advisor and Financial Planner. As a part of Natural Investments, LLC, she helps clients achieve their financial goals while connected their investments with their progressive values. Carrie volunteers with Slow Money Kentucky, which she helped found in 2013. She is also the current President of the Kentuckiana Beekeepers Association.
Learn more about Carrie's work at: www.carriebvanwinkle.com
When & Where
Kentucky U.S. Green Building Council
To improve the health and welfare of all Kentucky citizens through a sustainable and responsible built environment.
To educate and promote the design, construction, and operation of buildings and the built environment in Kentucky that are environmentally responsible places to live, work and learn.
- Develop an organization of excellence to solidify the Chapter’s capacity to impact market transformation within the Commonwealth of Kentucky to a sustainable built environment.
- Provide the education and forum for dialogue with all stakeholders including Kentucky’s underserved population to drive an overall increase in the market’s capacity for sustainable development and access to all.
- Advocate for public policy advancing the mission and vision of USGBC and educate policy leaders in the advantages of the LEED system as a standard for green building and neighborhood development.
- Encourage the use of Green Building Best Practices and additional tools and standards for certifying green buildings and neighborhood development.