Katapult Foundation Academy presents
In Conversation & Mini-Masterclasses
Digital knowledge-sharing events, conversations, and webinars.
We are fortunate to know so many impactful individuals all doing great things to improve the world in different ways. We want to create a platform to have a conversation and enable knowledge sharing with those who are working on exciting initiatives and showcase how you can get involved. That’s why we have launched our In Conversation and Mini-Masterclass series. If you have an idea for a topic or would like us to consider you as a speaker, please get in touch with Evita Chiang Zanuso.
In Conversation With…
- A platform for conversation with individuals working on exciting initiatives in impact, impact finance, and technology for good.
- Our goal is to encourage thoughtful inquiry and exchanges, and to help spread the word of how to get involved.
- Katapult Foundation Academy Mini-Masterclasses are an introduction to topics related to impact, investing, and technology for good.
- These are short sessions with a view to a longer, more comprehensive session where a training fee would be charged.
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Katapult Foundation’s CEO Alison Fort in conversation with Ravit Dotan, PhD, a renowned expert in AI Ethics and impact investing. Alison discuss with Ravit the impact investors’ role in shaping the ethical development of AI and providing practical insights on embedding AI ethics into impact and ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) frameworks.
Our work with wealth holders tells us that banks and wealth advisers are important advisers and gate-keepers when it comes to investing with impact. At this Mini-Masterclass, Evita Zanuso, Head of Strategic Partnerships at Katapult Foundation and Lead at Katapult Academy welcomed Andrew Douglas and Francesca Spoerry from University of Zurich Center for Sustainable Finance and Private Wealth to share with us their findings from their report.
Most impact investors are focused on companies’ products and services and their positive outcomes. But focusing on outcomes is not enough, how a company manages its operations from recruitment process, employee management, supply chain to emissions and data management can also have an impact. This is what Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) is focused on.