Event Recap: Invest in Women, Affect Climate Change

September 25th, 2018

On 9/26, Glenmede and BRAVA Investments hosted "Invest in Women, Affect Climate Change"  to explore how investors can advocate for women to positively affect the planet. Glenmede's Executive Director, Laura LaRosa, moderated a lively discussion between our two panelists, Dr. Katharine Wilkonson, Vice President of Communications at Project Drawdown, and Nathalie Molino Niño, CEO of Brava Investments. Watch a replay of the livestream and view event highlights.

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