How to Invest In a Better World

In Partnership with Finimize

Growing rapidly within the socially responsible investing landscape is the world of impact investing, which deploys your money more directly toward solving societal problems.

Today there are a growing number of channels for impact investing. So what are the opportunities for everyday investors? How do corporations make positive change? Is this trend being fuelled by socially conscious millennials seeking more than just fiscal returns with their investments?

Finimize and are hosting an exclusive 3 part virtual event series to help you navigate the world of finance. Join us for the third event on December 8th to hear from our expert panel who are setting the agenda for the future of Impact Investing. We’ll cover everything you need to know from resources to risk tolerance and investing for your future.

We’ll be hosting a live Q&A with our panel who will answer your most pressing questions about becoming a self-taught investor in 2020.

This talk is for educational purposes only. It is not intended to be investment advice. When it comes to conversations about the stock market, past performance does not guarantee future results. The opinions of guest panelists are their own. For more information, see


Jason Ray

Jason Ray is Founder and CEO of Zenith Wealth Partners, a company inspired by racial and age-based wealth injustice.

Katherine Neebe

Katherine Neebe serves as vice president of national engagement and strategy and chief sustainability officer for Duke Energy. She also serves as president of the Duke Energy Foundation. In these capacities, she leads Duke Energy’s stakeholder engagement efforts to develop solutions to meet customer needs for continued reliable and affordable energy – while simultaneously working to achieve the company’s goal of net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. The Duke Energy Foundation provides philanthropic support to meet the needs of communities where Duke Energy customers live and work. Katherine joined Duke Energy in August 2020 from Walmart, where she led environmental, social and governance strategy and oversaw stakeholder engagement on behalf of Walmart’s sustainability team.