At the Global Philanthropy Forum we listened closely for the themes are guiding our content on the information infrastructure for the social sector, the critical and common thread in the work of the social sector: the data we generate, use, and share. We also asked a few questions, interviewing the participants for their insight on that angle. We’ll share a few interview clips from these conversations over the next few weeks, interspersed with our regular content, starting with these two:
First, David Bank, founder of Impact IQ, and blog contributor for Markets For Good, offers this snapshot on the state of Impact Investing after hosting the panel discussion, The Facts and Fictions of Impact Investing:
(For more on the session, see this summary by participant Sasha Dichter, Chief Innovation Officer of the Acumen Fund: Global Philanthropy Forum – Impact Investing Panel.)
Second, Tsitsi Masiyiwa, Executive Chairperson of the Higher Life Foundation gives a quick case study on converting beneficiary insight into policy impact:
Stay tuned for more. Find these and the next videos on twitter via #mkts4goodintrvws.