Do you think there is anything not attached by its unbreakable cord to everything else?
— Mary Oliver
My highest commitment is to help humans, and our ecological home, flourish together.
I work with investors, asset owners, and organizations who want to use their power to support a more equitable future.
You'll find me writing, advising, catalyzing projects, singing, and learning.
Access to Markets Initiative — ensuring entrepreneurs have access to fair markets to build their businesses and wide prosperity: an initiative of the American Economic Liberties Project.
The Predistribution Initiative — Board Chair; PDI is a multi-stakeholder project to improve investment structures and practices to share more economics and influence with workers and communities, have stronger deal team incentives for ESG integration, and that ultimately address systemic risks like inequality and climate change.
Embodied Economics — reframing economics by centering the five foundational elements of human experience: the body, care, nature, interconnectedness, and power.
First Principles Forum — helped launch a gathering for Bay Area technology company founders (and early employees) interested in philanthropy and impact investing. Now housed at Stanford's Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society.
SheEO's Values and Practices and Theory of Change — authored both organizational frameworks.
I co-authored The Myth of Capitalism: Monopolies and the Death of Competition, named a best book of 2018 by the Financial Times and endorsed by two Nobel Prize-winning economists.
My writing has appeared in Quartz, Business Insider, Bloomberg, The Globe and Mail, Responsible Investor, and others.
For more, visit my writing page.