Lawrence Ford, CEO of Conscious Capital Wealth Management, LLC, and Terry Mollner, a founder and board member of the Calvert Social Investment Funds, will be the featured speakers at "Conscious Capitalism: Making Your Career Matter and A Vision of How We Can Turn the World Economy into a Common Good Economy" at 5 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 9, in the Center for Communications and Engineering, Room 218, on the Mount Carmel Campus at Quinnipiac University.
Ford, dubbed the “Shaman of Wall Street” by the Washington Post, has had a long, estimable career in finance and investments. He is an internationally recognized spiritual leader dedicated to helping people through transition and crisis. He is passionate about making the world a better place by transforming the power of money to help heal the world.
Mollner is a founder of the Calvert Social Investment Funds, the first family of socially responsible mutual funds. He and Robert Swann were the founders of the Institute for Community Economics in the early 1970s. Under Terry’s leadership, 15 pioneers from around the country met monthly for over a year to write the first comprehensive set of screens for socially responsible investing. Today, as the largest family of ethical funds, Calvert holds over $6 billion under management.
This event, part of the School of Business Dean’s Distinguished Speaker Series, is free and open to the public. For more information, call 203-582-8652.
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