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Community Square

 

Impact Investing: A Marathon Not A Sprint

Here are some key takeaways from our recent event: Impact Investing: A Marathon Not A Sprint. We welcomed thought leaders Luther Ragin, Former President and First CEO of The Global Impact Investing Network (GIIN), John Otterlei, Board Member at the Heron Foundation, and Stephanie Cohn Rupp, our Managing Director of Impact Investing. The panelists explored topics around starting your personal impact investing journey. Read more »

Cultivating Well-being through Financial Education

We recently hosted an event in Seattle with Nathan Dungan from Share Save Spend®. Nathan helps families align their values with their money decisions. View an overview video of the event and see how Threshold Group can help you educate the next generation.  Read more »

The Unstoppable Calling to Do Good

Threshold Group delighted in hosting the first of a series of conversations with Paul Shoemaker from his new book Can't Not Do: The Compelling Social Drive that Changes Our World. Paul shared about how to bridge the gap between "wanting to do" and "doing"- to access the drive of an effective change agent, breaking through self-imposed barriers and facilitated the evening discussions by our featured speakers. After hearing stories from Paul and the courageous innovators who founded both non-profit and... Read more »

Optimizing Your Impact For Greater Good - Philadelphia

We’d like to invite you to watch some of the key takeaways from our Philadelphia Community Square event, ‘Optimizing Your Impact for Greater Good.’ While this was meant to be a larger event, we will be following up with a 2016 event series true to the essence of Community Square – more intimate and diving deeper into the topics of impact investing and impact philanthropy. Please also look out for 8-10 webisodes on each topic discussed... Read more »

Tiedemann Advisors

Threshold Group is Now a Part of Tiedemann Advisors

A Q+A with Mike Tiedemann: “The Future of the Threshold + Tiedemann Partnership”

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