Catalyzing Capital for Emerging Underrepresented Fund Managers

Jessie Tang July 12, 2022

Capital is power, and those that get to control where capital flows hold a lot of influence. Sadly, only 1.4 percent of the $82T in U.S. assets are managed by firms owned by women and people of color. Now is the time that investors need to consider catalyzing capital to underrepresented fund managers who are best equipped to create impact and create the most enduring change. Join for a panel as various investors discuss how they are changing the paradigm of investment, by considering alternative due diligence metrics and taking an intentional gender and racial equity lens to their investments, and what investment funds and vehicles (fund of funds, etc) are trying to address this gap.


Fireside Chat (3 speakers maximum)

Meta Themes

  • Deliver Equity and Inclusion

  • Power and Capital


Purpose and Desired Outcome

Attendees to learn about ways that impact investors are investing in emerging managers.


  • Allocators (Family Offices, HNW Individuals, Foundations)

  • Intermediaries (Financial Advisers, Investment Bankers)


  • NameJessie Tang
  • TitlePrincipal
  • OrganizationGratitude Railroad
  • StatusConfirmed
  • NameThomas Knowles
  • TitleManaging Partner
  • OrganizationGratitude Railroad
  • StatusConfirmed
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