GCP Feature: Why Good Capital Series: Jim Sorenson

SOCAP May 4, 2017

The Good Capital Project will convene for the first time this June in New York City. This new SOCAP initiative will bring together a cross-sector collection of experts, practitioners, industry leaders and other stakeholders to drive greater collaboration and accelerate capital flows into purpose driven investments. In the months leading up that event we will be interviewing key pioneers and leaders in the impact space who have partnered with SOCAP to help make the Good Capital Project a success. We’ve gathered some of the best GCP conversations to feature here.

Why Good Capital Series: Jim Sorenson

James Lee “Jim” Sorenson is a recognized leader in impact investing and the Chairman of the Sorenson Impact Foundation. Jim is the co-founder of the private equity firm Sorenson Capital and founder and chairman of Sorenson Media. He is a highly respected entrepreneur and business leader who has built many successful companies across a wide range of industries. Jim is also a well known philanthropist and social investor with a lifelong dedication to creating innovative solutions for challenges related to poverty. He endowed the David Eccles School of Business at the University of Utah with the funds to create the Sorenson Impact Center. Jim also serves on many boards, including the board of Village Capital, a nonprofit organization that uses the power of peer support to build enterprises that change the world. Read full article …

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