Posts Categorized ‘Women’

Genderfluenced Investing Gets Dynamic During an Action Strategy Circle
By Guest Contributor

Robin Miller, SRI Scholarship Winner 2016 Women as investors and entrepreneurs are a powerful and growing source for good. Over the next few decades, $30 trillion in wealth will be transferred to a younger generation, and women stand to receive well more than half. Recognizing this, there is a growing body of evidence that using Read more »

Posted: March 20, 2017

Wealth Management's Changing Landscape: Women and Millennials
By Danielle Burns

By: Betsy Moszeter, COO, Green Alpha Advisors, and Danielle Burns, Vice President, Sales & Marketing, First Affirmative Financial Network As consumers and investors, women are changing the way society interacts with its money by consistently making more holistic decisions than men about how they spend, save, and invest their money. Currently, women directly control 39% Read more »

Posted: November 29, 2016

Women and Workplace Equality: We’ve Come a Long Way Baby… or Not
By Danielle Burns

By Danielle Burns and Kathleen McQuiggan There is no denying that women have come a long way from the struggles and discrimination they faced in the past 50 years when it comes to finding a job and having access to educational resources. But have we broken the proverbial “Glass Ceiling,” or is there still more Read more »

Posted: October 29, 2014

A Celebration of Women and All We Do!
By Danielle Burns

March 8, 2014 was International Woman's Day. That was a great day to reflect on the social, political and economic achievements of women, and the positive impacts women have on our families, communities, and the organizations with which we are involved. From an investment perspective, let’s also take a moment to celebrate the fact that the Read more »

Posted: April 14, 2014