Announcing the 2010 SRI in the Rockies Speaker Interview Series hosted by Joe Sibilia and Steve Schueth
Submitted by: CSRwire
Posted: Nov 04, 2010 – 06:46 PM EST
SAN ANTONIO, Nov. 04 /CSRwire/ - CSRwire is proud to present the 2010 SRI in the Rockies Speaker Interview Series featuring 12 of the most creative and passionate leaders in the field of socially responsible investing (SRI).
These personal interviews by CSRwire CEO, Joe Sibilia, and First Affirmative Financial Network President, Steve Schueth, offer a unique opportunity to meet the people who are helping to shape responsible investing in a changing financial landscape. Hear how the future looks from their perspectives, what the challenges are from their own experiences and why they believe so strongly in SRI.
"I learned a lot by interviewing these remarkable leaders," says Joe Sibilia. "It was not just their investment strategies and understanding of the marketplace that impressed me, but personal convictions. In the process of learning more about the state of SRI, I discovered a depth of spirituality in the CEOs leading the way, that I had not unexpected. There was concern for messaging that clearly distinguishes SRI strategies vs. traditional investment practices."
Hear interviews by Joe Sibilia and Steve Schueth with 12 of the most influential people in SRI:
About SRI in the Rockies
SRI in the Rockies is an annual gathering of sustainable and responsible investment (SRI) professionals who work to direct the flow of investment capital in transformative ways. The 21st annual SRI in the Rockies Conference will be held November 18-21, 2010, at the JW Marriott Hill Country Resort & Spa in San Antonio, Texas. SRI in the Rockies is produced by First Affirmative Financial Network in collaboration with other organizations within the SRI industry. Information regarding registration and sponsorship opportunities is available at SRIintheRockies.com.
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