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The emerging generation of SRI/ESG/impact investing leaders will be saluted in conjunction with the 30th convening of The SRI Conference.  Organizers of the conference today announced the first winners of the “SRI Conference 30 Under 30 Award,” an important new way to spotlight and nurture 30 Millennial and Gen Z leaders who will guide the SRI/ESG/impact investing industry well into the second half of the 21st Century.

The SRI Conference is the premier annual gathering of the sustainability/SRI/ESG/impact investing world.  For more information, go to

30 Under 30 winners will be recognized as part of a gala awards dinner at the conference where the coveted Moskowitz Prize, SRI Service Award, and EthicMark awards will also be conferred. The “SRI Conference 30 Under 30” award winners are being recognized for their contributions to the SRI field.  Award winners include investment professionals, social entrepreneurs, financial advisors, researchers, academic professionals, investment marketers, issue advocates and employees of mission-driven organizations who exemplify the spirit of SRI.

The SRI Conference & Community CEO Paula A. DeLaurentis said: “Young people are embracing SRI/ESG/impact investing today like never before, so it is appropriate that we recognize the emerging crop of industry leaders in this group.  Honoring those who demonstrate the highest commitment to sustainable, responsible, and impact investing is a critical part of The SRI Conference’s mission. We are proud to host the presentation of a number of prestigious annual awards, including, for the first-ever time, the ’SRI Conference 30 Under 30’ Awards.”


The full list of winners along with their photos and bios can be viewed here: The winners are listed below by name, title and organization below:

Alexandra Chamberlin, manager, private impact investments, CapShift

Bown Gu, investor engagement manager, Access to Medicine FoundationColleen Orr, policy analyst, UNPRI

Ebony Perkins, manager, community & investor relations, Self-Help

Elizabeth di Bonaventura, senior institutional relationship associate, Domini Impact Investments

Emily Dwyer, ESG research analyst, Brown Advisory

Evan Quirk-Garvan, financial advisor, Money with a Mission/Natural Investments

Fatoumata Diedhiou, Senegal Country Coordinator, Trees for the Future

Gabe Malek, student / co-chair of the board, The Dwight Hall Socially Responsible Investment Fund at Yale University

Gabe Rissman, co-founder, Stake PBC / Real Impact Tracker

Hannah Lucal, associate director, Open MIC

Hendrix Berry, advisor and impact investment analyst, Balanced Rock Investment Advisors

Ivan Nechunaev, senior investment professional, Terra Nova Capital

Jenna Nicholas, co-founder and CEO, Impact Experience, CEO

Jessye Waxman, shareholder advocate, Green Century Capital Management

Kacie Brennell, social enterprise accelerator and impact lab specialist, Mission Edge

Katherine Kroll, sustainable investing analyst, Brown Advisory

Katheryn Witt. director of funder education, BALLE

Lily Styrmoe, financial planning associate, TCI Wealth Advisors

Matthew Nabhan, financial advisor, Morgan Stanley

Narottama Bowden, S&P Dow Jones Indices

Nicole Torrico, program manager, Intentional Endowments Network

Patrick Reed, co-founder, Real Impact Tracker

Sean Martin, ESG integration and partnerships, Institutional Shareholder Services

Shaheen Contractor, ESG research associate, Bloomberg Intelligence

Sindhu Lakshmanan, senior investment associate, Living Cities

Sophie Peeters, investor relations analyst, International Finance Corporation, member of the World Bank Group

Suzanna Buck, senior impact investment associate, Domini Impact Investments

Trevor David, manager, client relations, Sustainalytics

Usman Ali, investment team, Mobius Capital Partners LLP


The SRI Conference sponsors include: Aberdeen Standard Investments, Act Analytics, Advisor Partners, Allianz Global Investors, American Century Investments, Appleseed Capital, Axiom, Brown Advisory, Calvert Impact Capital, Calvert Research and Management, Capital Good Fund, Capital Impact Partners, Clean USA Power, College for Financial Planning, Community Capital Management, Dell, Earth Equity Advisors, Energy Income Partners, Entelligent, EQIS Capital Management, First Affirmative Financial Network, Folio Institutional, General Mills, Green Century Funds, Gurtin Municipal Bond Management, Hope Enterprise Corporation, Iroquois Valley Farms, Jantz Management, Kiva, Matthews Asia, Miller/Howard Investments, Morningstar, Inc., MSCI, Natixis Investment Managers, Open Invest, Parnassus, Pax World Funds, Praxis Mutual Funds, RBC Global Asset Management, Riskalyze, Sarasin Asset Management, Saturna Capital, Self Help Federal Credit Union, Shelton Capital, S&P Dow Jones Indices, TerraCycle, Thornburg Investment Management, Tides, Trillium Asset Management, Uncommon Giving, Vanderbilt Financial Group, Vanguard, Vert Asset Management, and WaterEquity.


The SRI Conference is the premier annual gathering of the sustainability/SRI/ESG/impact investing world.  The 30th SRI Conference takes place November 11-15, 2019 at The Broadmoor Resort in Colorado Springs, CO.  For more information, go to

Leading Millennial/Gen Z Financial Advisors, Investment Professionals, Social Entrepreneurs, Issue Advocates, Employees of Mission-Driven Organizations, Students and Researchers Set to Lead the Way Forward in Sustainable, Impact/ESG Investing.



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