In the Media

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 the RISE investment strategy, and how investors can use “Shareholder Activism As A Strategy To Advance Racial Equity.”

How To ‘De-carcerate’ A Portfolio

ETF.com 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 ...

Using the Tools of Climate Investing to Battle Injustice

Rachel Robasciotti spoke to Bloomberg Green about  “Using the Tools of Climate Investing to Battle Injustice,” to highlight the importance of solidarity within financial services and how to effectively use divestment as a tool for ...

The Tanking of Big Oil

In a summer release as part of The Years Project, a popular video docu-series, Rachel Robasciotti spoke on the decline of the oil and gas industry. “Big oil wants the public to believe the pandemic ...

Young Advisors To Watch

We are so proud that our very own RISE Investment Strategist, Phuong Luong, was featured in Financial Advisor Magazine’s list of “Young Advisors to Watch." While leading the RISE Investment Strategy, Phuong also works as ...

‘G’ is for Governance

Maya Philipson spoke on the importance of governance, an oft-neglected focus even for ESG minded investors. “We feel that, as advisors, we have a fiduciary responsibility to understand what we’re holding on behalf of our ...

New database aims to expose companies that make employees arbitrate sexual harassment claims

The Washington Post featured Force the Issue, co-founded by Rachel Robasciotti, and its work to "expose companies that make employees arbitrate sexual harassment claims." More than 100 companies have already reported that they don't use ...

3 Steps to a Socially Conscious Portfolio

The New York Times featured Rachel J. Robasciotti to talk about 3 Steps to a Socially Conscious Portfolio. “As a queer woman of color, I came from extreme rural poverty,” said Rachel Robasciotti, whose San ...