Join us for our next Climate Ventures Mornings on June 24!
About this Event
The Centre for Social Innovation’s Climate Ventures Mornings are a chance to hear from the city’s top climate innovators and leaders. You’ll gain a greater understanding of the different ways in which we can tackle the climate crisis, and hear some inspiring personal stories along the way.
On Wednesday June 24, we’re sitting down (virtually, of course!) with Laura Witt, General Partner at the Drawdown Fund, which was inspired by the solutions outlined in Paul Hawken’s New York Times Best Seller, “Drawdown: The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming.”
Join us for a conversation on impact investing, tangible solutions to tackle climate change, and how the Drawdown Fund scales market-based solutions to reverse global warming.
Please register for this event via Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/climate-ventures-mornings-a-conversation-with-laura-witt-of-drawdown-fund-tickets-107577743928
Please note that we’ll use Zoom to connect. Details will be sent to Eventbrite registrants via email by 10am ET on June 24. Don’t see an email from us? Check your spam folder in case it ended up there. Otherwise, email us at email@example.com.
About the Speaker
Laura Witt is an experienced growth equity investor with 22+ years of experience investing in high growth technology companies. Prior to the Drawdown Fund, Laura served as a General Partner at ABS Capital where she led investments in applications and infrastructure software, systems, Internet, cloud, mobile, and consumer technologies. Prior to ABS Capital, Laura was a senior consultant at Monitor and received her MBA from Wharton.
About the Moderator
Barnabe Geis is the Director of Programs at the Centre for Social Innovation, where he designs and runs programs that grow startups and organizations with a social and/or environmental purpose. Barnabe leads Climate Ventures – an incubator, coworking space, and a range of accelerators that support entrepreneurs, innovators, and leaders working on climate solutions – and has raised millions in funding for climate action programs. He is an Ariane de Rothschild Fellow, and holds a Masters in Journalism from Columbia University.