The emerging social capital market is said to require a new support system to reduce friction, increase trust, and accelerate growth - from rating agencies to new legal structures to exchanges.
Discover how the infrastructure is being built, and what is left to be done.
Campanale has nineteen years experience in sustainable financial markets and his areas of interest are in the finance of social enterprises, clean tech companies, sustainable asset management and ecosystems services, principally forests.
Campanale is co-founder of sustainable investment businesses firstly at Jupiter Asset Management with the Ecology Funds (1989-1994); NPI with Global Care Funds (1994-1999); AMP Capital with the Sustainable Future Funds (2000-2001) and Henderson Global Investors with the Industries of the Future Fund (1999-2006). He is a Founder Director of the UK Social Investment Forum (1990-present), the Rainforest Foundation (UK) and is founder of The Social Stock Exchange (UK).
Campanale chaired the study "Developing a Social Equity Capital Market" which was funded by the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) and researched by The New Economics Foundation in 2006. Campanale is a visiting speaker on the theme of social capital markets, at the Skoll World Forum on Social Entrepreneurship at the Said Business School, Oxford.
Dunn is currently working as an Advisor to Social Ventures around the world and as an Associate Consulting Professor at the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design at Stanford University.
Dunn left Hewlett Packard in June of 2005 after 22 years. For the last 3 years of her HP career Debra was senior vice president of Corporate Affairs and Global Citizenship. Previously, as vice president of strategy and corporate operations, she led corporate strategy, corporate development, corporate communications and brand management, corporate philanthropy and government affairs.
Dunn holds a bachelor's degree in comparative economics from Brown University in Providence, R.I., and a master's degree in business from Harvard School of Business in Cambridge, MA.
Dunn serves on the Boards of the Skoll Foundation, B Lab, Global Giving, and the Faculty of Sustainability.
R. Todd Johnson
Johnson is founder and Partner-in-Charge of Jones Day's Silicon Valley Office, where his practice focuses on renewable energy companies, energy efficiency companies, companies focused on sustainability, internet companies in the cause social networking space and "for-benefit" corporations.
Johnson serves as regular counsel to SunPower, SearchMe, Funny or Die, Fair Trade Films and Green Harvest Technologies, and has served as regular counsel for Santur, GoodGuide, Metering Technology, Notiva, APAK, and LaborFair.com, and works with founders in the formation, venture financing and liquidity phases of start-ups.
Johnson provides pro bono assistance to organizations such as the Grameen Trust, an African SME fund, and Fair Trade Films, and advises organizations advancing the "for-benefit" sector, including the Aspen Institute, Good Capital, GlobalGiving, B Labs and Pura Vida Coffee. In the past several years, Johnson has been quoted for his work on behalf of "for-benefit" corporations in publications such as the New York Times and Inc magazine.
Prior to co-founding B Corporations, Kassoy spent 16 years in the private equity business; as a Partner at MSD Real Estate Capital, an affiliate of MSD Capital, the $12 billion investment vehicle for Michael Dell, and as Managing Director in Credit Suisse First Boston's Private Equity Department, a founding partner of DLJ Real Estate Capital Partners, and President of its international business.
Kassoy is a Board Member of the Freelancers Union and the Freelancers Union Insurance Company, a Board Member of Echoing Green, an Advisory Board member of Wall St. Without Walls, and a member of the investment committee of the Patient Capital Collaborative. Kassoy was raised in Boulder, Colorado and graduated with Distinction from Stanford University where he was a Truman Scholar and President's Award winner.
Kassoy is a Henry Crown Fellow at the Aspen Institute. Andrew lives in New York City with his wife, Kamy Wicoff, a writer, and their two sons, Maximilian and the Jedidiah.
Lufkin is working with Calvert Giving Fund (CGF) to offer a wide range of mission-aligned investment opportunities to its donor advised funds. Through her work with CGF, the investment platform is being expanded to encompass both debt and equity funds, and ultimately to include investment opportunities in individual companies.
Prior to her work with CGF, Lufkin operated an independent consulting company assisting foundations with the human and operational aspects of transitioning from conventional to mission-aligned investing.
Lufkin worked in the nonprofit field as both executive staff and as a board member for 15 years, and has started and run two small businesses. Lufkin holds a Masters in the Science of Management from Antioch University and a BA from Yale University.
Debra Dunn from Stanford School of Design and Global Giving discusses the phenomenon of online marketing and investing for those looking to make a more direct connection with their investors. Dunn cites the Obama Campaign and the Google IPO as models of success for online funding.