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Friday, February 26 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
How Students Can Impact Corporate Behavior Through Engagement

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There is immense opportunity to create impact through shareholder engagement in public equity investments. The scale and influence of such a mainstream asset class make it tremendously important to be able to spot opportunities to engage as shareholders. On this panel, you will hear from students, faculty, and industry professionals as they discuss how, through working with their institution's endowment, utilizing student-managed investment funds, and participating in extracurricular activities, they are impacting corporate behavior through shareholder engagement. Examples that will be discussed include drafting proxy voting guidelines, co-filing a shareholder resolution, and participating in a student competition focused on engagement.

Speakers
avatar for Dorien Nunez

Dorien Nunez

Co-Founder & Director of Research, OMNIResearch & OMNI Wall St Advantage
avatar for Susanna Gibbons, CFA

Susanna Gibbons, CFA

Faculty & Managing Director, David S. Kidwell Funds Enterprise at the University of Minnesota
Susanna has over 30 years of investment industry experience across multiple asset classes - equities, alternatives, and fixed income; and multiple roles - analytical, portfolio management, consulting, and educational. She serves on the Investment Advisory Council for the Minnesota... Read More →
avatar for Jacob Ivy

Jacob Ivy

Masters in Sustainability Solutions Candidate, Arizona State University
avatar for Jae Nam

Jae Nam

MBA Candidate, Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College


Friday February 26, 2021 2:00pm - 3:00pm EST
Zoom