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How Corporate Foundations can use impact investments and put all their assets to work for mission

Christen Graham July 13, 2022

Alabama Power Foundation’s impact investing team is opening its impact investing pipeline to local peers and new national partners, in some cases guiding other corporate funders, like Regions Bank, to make their first impact investments. We’re taking what we’ve learned in our journey and, by sharing our knowledge, attracting more investment in our state. In our workshop attendees will learn how to source potential investments and perform due diligence; how to work with the board investment committee; how to structure the deal considering PRIs and other loans, loan guarantees, equity, and other innovative approaches.



Meta Themes

  • Reimagine Systems

  • Power and Capital


#impactinvesting #Alabama #collaboration #Socent

Purpose and Desired Outcome

It is still uncommon for corporate foundations to be impact investors. This session is designed to demystify the process and provide practical advice for getting board buy in and to making those first investments.


  • Allocators (Family Offices, HNW Individuals, Foundations)

  • Accelerators & Incubators

  • Corporate & SME

  • Entrepreneurs


  • NameHallie Bradley
  • TitleManager of Strategic Initiatives
  • OrganizationAlabama Power Foundation
  • StatusConfirmed
  • NameMarta Self
  • TitleExecutive Director
  • OrganizationRegions Foundation
  • StatusConfirmed
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