In the Media

Social Justice Investing with Rachel Robasciotti, Founder and CEO of Adasina Social Capital

Rachel Robasciotti, founder and CEO of Adasina Social Capital, joins host and Vice Dean of the Wharton Social Impact Initiative Katherine Klein to discuss how her firm is serving as a bridge between social justice ...

Wall Street Women Say There’s More to Be Done 100 Years After Suffrage

Rachel Robasciotti shared with Bloomberg reflections on women in finance, “100 Years After Suffrage.”

Ten to Watch in 2021: Phuong Luong

                    When the topics of social justice, wealth inequality and financial insecurity come up, financial literacy is often presented as one way to address them. But ...

Jane Fraser shatters glass ceiling and Wall Street women ask who’s next

Jacki Zehner, the first female trader to make partner inside Goldman Sachs Group Inc., was sitting at her kitchen table in Utah on Thursday morning when her husband told her he had good news: “Wall ...

Investors Want to Align Their Dollars with Racial Justice Demands

Adasina’s newly launched Fiscal Justice Strategy was featured in Next City’s article, Investors Want to Align Their Dollars with Racial Justice Demands.

A new investing strategy aims to influence racial justice, from the ground up

A new investing strategy aims to influence racial justice, from the ground up, a piece from MarketWatch, covers our Fiscal Justice Investment Strategy.

How Investors Are Addressing Racial Injustice

In a recent New York Times article, “How Investors Are Addressing Racial Injustice,” Rachel Robasciotti and RISE were featured for their years of commitment to racial equity. The article highlights our approach to divestment and ...

Shareholder Activism as a Strategy to Advance Racial Equity

In Forbes, Rachel Robasciotti shared about our Social Justice Investing strategy, and how investors can use “Shareholder Activism As A Strategy To Advance Racial Equity.”   Please note that our social justice investing platform is ...

How To ‘De-carcerate’ A Portfolio interviewed Rachel Robasciotti about how investors can commit to racial justice beyond divesting from the biggest owners of private prisons.

Employers face reckoning from the George Floyd protests—pressure to close the racial wage gap

CNBC covered how Black Lives Matter protests increase pressure to close the racial wage gap. Rachel Robasciotti spoke to CNBC about the importance of doing racial justice work deeply within an organization to make this ...