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June 4, 2014
"Impact investment": The idea that donors have to "take a loss to make social impact" may be misbegotten result of "aggressive" philanthropic approaches.
"Glen Galaich and Tracy Mack Parker, respectively CEO and executive vice president of the strategic education and networking body the Philanthropy Workshop, gave advice for donors and impact investors in a live discussion featured on the Forbes website on Monday. Galaich said that the experiences of its members proved that choosing to invest for impact does not mean sacrificing profit, adding that the workshop encouraged newcomers to “get very aggressive” with their investment portfolio." -- Tom Revell, BlueandGreenTomorrow.com