Nov 09 2021 @ 13:00 - 14:15

The “S” in ESG: How Corporate Responses to the Pandemic Shape ESG Investing



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Topic: The “S” in ESG: How Corporate Responses to the Pandemic Shape ESG Investing
Time: Nov 9, 2021 01:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Meeting ID: 730 918 6080
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Join Us Virtually on November 9th at 1:00pm ET Co-Hosted by ImpactPHL and Impact for Breakfast

Please join an ImpactPHL-Impact for Breakfast organized panel discussion on November 9th that will explore how companies are reshaping their policies to generate “quality jobs” that are secure, equitable, and flexible in a post-COVID world.

This conversation will feature Mark Pinsky, the President at Five/Four Advisors and former President of the Opportunity Finance Network, who will discuss local and national politics affecting the corporate response to the pandemic.  Rebecca Gardy, VP of Investor Relations with the Campbell Soup Company, will detail how a local employer navigated this past year to ensure that all stakeholders were cared for. Finally, Julia Enyart, VP of Sustainable & Impact Investing with Glenmede, will address how investors are increasingly viewing the concept of quality jobs as material and new ways of assessing companies on their ability to tilt their portfolios towards companies in which employees, customers, and communities thrive.


About Our Speakers & ImpactPHL & Impact for Breakfast

Mark Pinsky is a leading voice in public conversations about public purpose finance.  He is co-author of Organized Money: How Progressives Can Leverage the Financial System to Work For Them, Not Against Them (The New Press, October 2019).  As President of FiveFour Advisors, a strategic advisory firm, and the founding Partner of CDFI Friendly America.  From 1995 to 2016, he was President & CEO of OFN and played a central policy role in the creation of the CDFI Fund in the Department of the U.S. Treasury.

Rebecca Gardy has more than two decades of experience in the finance, marketing, strategy and marketing including senior management positions in both private and public companies and across industries including consumer packaged goods, apparel and footwear, technology and restaurants. Prior to joining Campbell, Rebecca held investor relations positions at GreenSky, SecureWorks, Dell Technologies and Nike.  Rebecca has an MBA in Finance from Emory University and a Bachelor of Science from Cornell University.

Julia Enyart is an Officer on the Sustainable and Impact Investing team for Glenmede Investment Management, LP (GIM).  Prior to joining Glenmede, Ms. Enyart served as an investment associate for the Palladium Group, an impact investing and advisory firm.  Ms. Enyart served as the Co-President of Wharton Impact Investing Partners and currently leads the Philadelphia chapter of Women Investing for a Sustainable Economy (WISE) and is an Executive Board member of the Brandywine Ballet