Lively and engagingly informative discussions dominated the 2019 African Diaspora Network’s “African Diaspora Investment Symposium” held in the heart of Silicon Valley, California on January 26 – 28, 2019.
In September, IDPF's President and CEO Irene Pritzker and IDPF Chief Operating Officer Alison Ehlke participated in the first ever TBLI Inspiration Weekend retreat in Scotland hosted by the TBLI Group. The retreat presented a great opportunity for IDPF to stay updated on impact investing trends, learn from our peers, and even share some of our experiences.
Impact Investing has become a core part of the IDP Foundation’s mission to break the cycle of poverty through innovative solutions.
We are so happy to be highlighting one of our most recent Program-Related Investments (PRIs): Edovo!
Last month, our President & CEO Irene Pritzker and our COO Alison Ehlke took a break from the Chicago cold to head to San Francisco for the African Diaspora Investment Symposium (ADIS).
Based in Lagos, Nigeria, NESA is a mission driven organization determined to equip young Nigerians with the skills that enable them to participate in today’s digital economy.
My optimism about the state of the world was reenergized in the presence of these innovative entrepreneurs and organizations.
Impact investing allows our foundation the opportunity to increase our financial capital while advancing social and environmental solutions.
In September, IDP Foundation’s President and CEO Irene Pritzker, and Chief Operating Officer Alison Ehlke made their way to Rome, Italy for the fourth biennial Harambe Rome Forum.