Humphreys to present at Slow Money Southeast Regional Gathering
Croatan Institute President Josh Humphreys will be speaking at the Slow Money Southeast Regional Gathering, which will be taking place September 10-12 in Pittsboro, NC. The event, which is being called “A Money and Meeting Summit,” will include Founder of Slow Money Woody Tasch, social justice activist Ed Whitfield from the Fund for Democratic Communities, NPR host Frank Stasio, and BALLE founder Judy Wicks as keynote speakers.
Humphreys will be presenting on a panel entitled “Impact Investing Meets Community Financing - Challenges in Putting Money in Meaningful Places” with local impact investor Alison Trott Byrd and Regenerative Finance Triangle Facilitator David Roswell. The panel will look at how individuals can invest in ways that redistribute land, wealth, and power.
For more information on the panel, please visit http://moneyandmeaning.rocks/agenda/.
For more information on Croatan Institute’s work, please visit our Impact Investing and Resilient Community Development program pages.
Josh Humphreys can be reached for comment at josh [@] croataninstitute.org.