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Webinar: Connect Mission and Money - Incorporating Racial Equity, EDI, Climate Change and More
Wednesday, October 27, 2021, 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM EST
Category: Webinars

Connect Mission and Money - Incorporating Racial Equity, EDI, Climate Change and More

Published by Associations North and Georgia Society of Association Executives

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How can you connect your mission in ALL aspects of what you do, including your endowment, foundation, and Long Term assets pools? Will you sacrifice return to do good work? How can you customize where your dollars are invested to connect to your mission and make a difference in the world?

Every dollar you invest goes out into the world. Let yours help make a difference.

In this session you will learn about Impact investing, how to use Impact investing to represent your mission, and how you can support good governance practices.

Presenter: Fay DeBellis

Fay is a Financial Advisor and Institutional Consultant at Graystone Consulting ("Graystone"). Fay is a lead consultant to families, endowments, foundations, and associations. Graystone is a specialized business unit of Morgan Stanley comprised of over 50 designated, elite institutional consulting teams across North America. Fay is an active community volunteer. She has strong relationships with numerous non-profit organizations. Recently Fay served on the Board of Directors at Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare. Fay has also served on Morgan Stanley’s Consulting Group Wealth Advisory Services Board, and National Diversity Council. Fay is a frequent local speaker on investment policy statement design, audits, roles, and responsibilities for the nonprofit community. In her spare time, Fay likes to play (learn) duplicate Bridge, Read, Cook, and play the piano. Fay is married to Bob and together they have a one daughter attending Rice University ('23).

$45 for Members
$75 for Non-members

Credit has been approved with the American Society of Association Executives for 1.0 CAE credit.