Making Meaning Matter: SOCAP 2012
October 1-4, 2012
San Francisco, CA
One of the largest social impact conferences, SOCAP, features over 1500 participants that include the world’s pioneering impact investors, social entrepreneurs, philanthropists, civic leaders, and innovators. SOCAP is the largest gathering focused on the intersection of money and meaning.
“Investing in What Works for America’s Communities” senior editor David Erickson of the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco will join a featured panel about impact investing opportunities in health and community development along with the White House’s Annie Donovan and U.C. Berkeley’s Doug Jutte on Tuesday, October 2. Author Antony Bugg-Levine of the Nonprofit Finance Fund will speak at a plenary session about impact investing the same day with Judith Rodin of the Rockefeller Foundation and Katherine Fulton of the Monitor Institute.
For registration and more information, visit the SOCAP website.
Read David’s Idea: “Routinizing the Extraordinary”
Read Antony’s Idea: “Future of Community Development: How CDFIs Can Best Ride the Impact Investing Wave”