Everything You Know About Due Diligence is a White Supremist Construct

Michael Johnson May 31, 2021

NDN Collective, in partnership with Seed Commons, Social Impact Strategies Group, and Full Spectrum Capital Partners will deliver a compelling conversation highlighting alternative and new ways of moving investment dollars to social enterprises and businesses with BIPOC leaders and communities that don’t recreate systems of white supremacy, extraction, and depravation, but rather support the growth of alternative economic practices, center community and disadvantaged populations. This session will help inspire new ideas about return on investment, and how to support just transition work already happening at the community level.



Meta Themes

  • Climate Action

  • Equity & Inclusion

  • Social Entrepreneurship

  • Stakeholder Economics & Leadership

  • Sustainable Development


Alternative Economics, BIPOC Investing, Decolonized Due Diligence, Restorative and Regenerative Investment Strategies

Purpose and Desired Outcome

Inspire attendees to lean into partnership with BIPOC led Funds and Entrepreneurs and create relationships based on new strategies to create inclusive and equitable investment access.


  • Allocators (Family Offices, HNW Individuals, Foundations)

  • Intermediaries (Financial Advisers, Investment Bankers)

  • Asset Managers

  • Service Providers


  • NameMichael Johnson
  • TitleDirector of Advancement
  • OrganizationNDN Collective
  • StatusConfirmed
  • NameNikki Pieratos
  • TitleManaging Director of NDN Fund
  • OrganizationNDN Fund
  • StatusConfirmed
  • NameMarnie Thompson
  • TitleSenior Fellow
  • OrganizationSeed Commons
  • StatusConfirmed
  • NameY. Elaine Rasmussen
  • TitleChief Executive Officer
  • OrganizationSocial Impact Strategies Group
  • StatusConfirmed
  • NameTaj James
  • TitleCo-Founder
  • OrganizationFull Spectrum Capital Partners
  • StatusInvited
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