POSTPONED Gender Finance Lab with Tara Sabre Collier

17th March 2020 @ 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
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We have postponed the Gender Finance Lab, scheduled between 5:30 – 8:30pm on 17 March. 

 

At the Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship the health, welfare, and safety of our visitors, students, course participants and employees remains the number one priority for us all. We are following the advice from Saïd Business School which has suspended face-to-face teaching for in-person degrees until 27 April 2020 due to COVID-19.

 

The Gender Finance Lab is collaborative programme that relies on shared experience and peer to peer learning. We are in the process of ‘retooling’ the Gender Finance Lab to enable online learning and engagement. We will be in touch shortly with an updated date and programme for the postponed Gender Finance Lab. 

 

 

Please join us for the Gender Finance Lab!

About this Event

The Gender Finance Lab is an educational module that aims to build awareness, understanding and skills relevant to gender lens investing. It is wholly interactive so participants will play the role of impact investors, social enterprises and detectives to experience how gender lens analysis and frameworks play out in the field.

Come along if you want to:

– Learn about gender lens investing, its premise, growth and opportunities

– Understand how impact investors are qualifying/assessing gender impact of social enterprises

– Understand how to improve the gender impact of your social enterprise

Who is this for?

Practitioners from the impact investment and social enterprise ecosystems.

Who is Tara Sabre?

Tara Sabre Collier is an impact investment professional and global strategist with 15 years of experience across international development, emerging markets management consulting and impact investment/social entrepreneurship. In addition to being Skoll Centre’s Social Entrepreneur in Resident, she is a consultant at Shell Foundation (developing gender lens initiatives) and the co-founder of Affiniti, a financial platform that syndicates venture capital into women and minority founders.

The agenda and timing for the evening:

The second Gender Finance Lab will run from 5:30 – 8:30 pm on Tuesday 17th March and cover:

• Integrating gender into the investment process

• Improving investee gender impact

• Third-party case study

• Student case study

• Key Resources

• Discussion Q&A

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Date:
17th March 2020
Time:
5:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Cost:
Free
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