Corporate Activism and Transforming Capital with Michael O’Leary: free webinar, October 4

A useful learning and networking opportunity for anyone interested in climate finance: The Corporate Activism and Transforming Capital with Michael O’Leary free webinar on October 4.

Interviewed by Candice Ammori, attend this session to learn more about corporate activism and transforming capital with the author of “Accountable” and advisor to Engine No 1.

About the Speaker

Michael O’Leary is a partner at L Catterton focused on impact investing. Previously, he was a managing director at the investment firm Engine No. 1. Before that, he was on the founding team of Bain Capital’s social impact fund and invested in consumer, industrial, and technology companies through Bain Capital’s private equity fund. He and his writing have been featured in The Atlantic, Bloomberg, the Financial Times, the Harvard Business Review, and The New York Times, among others.

​Michael has served as an economic policy advisor in the United States Senate and on two presidential campaigns. He studied philosophy at Harvard College and earned his MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business. He currently lives in New York.

​About the Interviewer

​Candice Ammori advises climate tech startups and was most recently the Founding Director of On Deck Climate Tech where she built a startup ecosystem and invested in climate tech companies. In the last year, she brought together 750+ people from across the global climate tech ecosystem, from policy experts to investors and founders, and helped talented folks start dozens of impactful organizations. Before that, her career spanned finance, data science, VR, cloud computing, and running a local business. She has a grad degree in statistics (focused on the ethics of AI) from the University of Michigan.

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