Greater Burlington Women's Forum: Put Your Money Where It Matters - An Introduction to 'Impact Investing' for Women

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Investing can be an intimidating word - it makes us think of ‘Wolf of Wall Street’ and volatile stock markets - but it doesn’t have to be scary. Impact investing (as we’ll talk about it) is about putting your money where your heart is. Whether you have $20 or $200,000 to set aside, our panelists are here to discuss approachable strategies and dispel the myth of ‘investing’ as something reserved for big-shot executives.

Joy Hastings - Mascoma Bank
Yvonne Garand - VSECU
Louisa Schibli - Milk Money

Madeline Bromberg - Director of Strategic Partnerships at Vermont Innovation Commons

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