Workshop A1: Gender-Smart Impact Investing Featured  

Written by  Stephanie Gerteiser

Friday, 28 December 2018

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At the most basic level, women are the main providers and users of household energy. At the same time, they are disproportionately affected by the lack of energy and tend to be overlooked as key stakeholders of energy initiatives. Why is women's empowernment essential for sustainable development and what can be done to achieve this empowerment? 

 

Julianne Zimmerman (Moderator)Julianne Zimmerman

Managing Director - Reinventure Capital - US Linkedin

 

 

Christine BamfordChristine Bamford

Co-founder- Women's Coin - UK Linkedin

 

 

 

Antje BiberAntje biber

Managing Partner - FERI Trust GmbH - Germany Linkedin

 

 

Myriam de GrijsMDG small

Company Engagement Officer, Access to Medicine Foundation - The Netherlands Linkedin

 

Dr. Marta RaMarta Ra

Founding Member - Women in Sustainable Finance(WISF), Senior Client Advisor-Globalance Bank- Switzerland Linkedin

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