Achieving Success in a Triple Bottom Line World
By combining two often conflicting investment concepts, "triple bottom line" and "alpha," Aligned Investing Global's founder, Tami Kesselman, reinvents the definition of a successful investment strategy and helps clients achieve new benchmarks for success on every level.
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With some of the world's largest companies leading the way, business, governments, the nonprofit sector, and individual investors around the world are pivoting their language and strategies to align with the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
During the United Nations' General Assembly of world leaders in 2015, all 193 member countries - after extensive input from the private sector, the aid community, and thousands of individual consultations throughout the world - ratified 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to be met by 2030.
Aligned Investing Global founder Tami Kesselman was involved in the consultative process and convened the Capital Markets Global Summit Leadership Roundtable in conjunction with UNCTAD in 2016. Tami regularly addresses global business, nonprofit, and government audiences on impact investing opportunities with the SDGs.
Have you noticed that many 'aid' organizations keep feeding poverty instead of fixing it? When organizations spend every dollar of donations on feeding the homeless (or feeding starving children in Africa, or building houses in flood zones; or delivering AIDS meds but not condoms, etc) without spending ANY significant money on FIXING underlying infrastructure issue, we doom those beneficiaries to a cycle of failure for decades to come. Our dollars become part of the systemic problem.
Though we must help those in crisis now, if we pledge to 'Tithe10%' of every crisis dollar to fixing broken infrastructure around that problem, while 90% goes to the current crisis, we can begin to fix poverty long term instead of just feeding it. When you donate to people in crisis, make sure the organization is FIXING a problem, not perpetuating it, or do your research and pledge 10% of your time or effort toward long term solutions. Fix the future.
It's easy and it matters.