Women in Social Impact, Impact Investing and Social Innovation

Presented by NYU Wagner Women's Caucus in collaboration with Social Innovation and Investment Alliance

6:00pm - 7:30pm EST
December 06, 2019
6:00pm - 7:30pm
The Puck Building - 295 Lafayette Street, The Rudin Family Forum for Civic Dialogue, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10012

Join Wagner Women's Caucus for a panel discussion on how women are influencing the social impact space. This event will feature four accomplished women from the Social Impact, Innovation and Investment fields and will focus on women's achievements in male-dominated professions. Panelists will share insights on these areas and on their individual paths. There will be time to ask questions and mingle.


Meet our panelists:


Nandika Madgavkar: Senior Director, Strategic Investor Initiative at CECP

Nandika is the Senior Director of the Strategic Investor Initiative at Chief Executives for Corporate Purpose (CECP), a CEO-led coalition focused on creating a better world through business. In her role Nandika heads CEO-engagement and investor relations. She has extensive experience in Diversity and Inclusion, building CSR strategies, and advocacy engagement. Her background and training is in journalism.


Eleni Delimpaltadaki: Chief Capital Markets Officer at NCRC

Eleni is the Managing Director at EQUIVICO and the Chief Capital Markets Officer at the National Community Reinvestment Coalition (NCRC), a coalition working to end discrimination in lending, housing and business. Eleni has extensive experience developing large-scale programs and investment strategies. She previously worked at the NYC Economic Development Corporation, where she served as vice president.


Lilian Liu: Sustainability Strategist at Futerra

Lilian is a Sustainability Strategist at Futerra, a change agency that helps companies set bold sustainability visions. Prior to this, Lilian managed Partnerships & UN Relations at the United Nations Global Compact where she worked with companies to advance sustainability. Lilian also co-founded the sustainable fashion e-commerce brand, Fauna which is based in Brazil.


Zoe Fuller-Young: Director of Insights at Bionic

Zoe is the Director of Insights at Bionic, a startup consultancy that builds growth businesses in partnership with large enterprises. She has 10 years of experience in management consulting, product design, and social innovation. Prior to joining Bionic, Zoe co-founded an innovation lab within IBM’s government practice where she vetted over 20 businesses and built two. 


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