Diverse Managers Investor Club

Activating Full Spectrum Capital for diverse managers.

What makes it so difficult for large asset owners who are deeply committed to justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion to align the majority of their assets with their values?

Is there a way to overcome the barriers of small investment teams on the investor side, high AUM barriers for database inclusion, or small admin teams on the asset manager side? 

The Colorado Health Foundation has given Impact Finance Center a grant to find out.

This Study will survey large asset owners including foundations, family offices, companies, and high net worth individuals to assess the feasibility of setting up a shared-ownership due diligence database of emerging diverse managers. Our steering committee (information) already includes representatives of Gary Community Ventures, Mary Reynolds Babcock Foundation, Olamina Fund, The Sapelo Foundation, Sitka Foundation, and Woodforest National Bank. 


Diverse Manager Webinar

Comming Soon

Impact Finance Center is working to catalyze unprecedented investment into Main Street by creating the infrastructure for a National Impact Investing Marketplace.


Direct investing marketplaces like our Investor Clubs are a critical part of that infrastructure. Your support will help make it all possible!

Please note that IFC is not an investment advisor or broker - our investor clubs are for educational and networking purposes for investors to learn more about impact investing and what direct investing opportunities may be available in their areas of interest, identity, and place. IFC makes no investment recommendations or endorsements of investment opportunities or products. Consult your financial, legal, and/or tax professionals for how a particular investment may fit with your goals.