Anderson School of Management, the New Mexico for Good program and Financing Change host the second Believe in New Mexico virtual symposium, “Social Entrepreneurship and Impact Investing in New Mexico,” Friday, March 26, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The symposium will serve as a catalyst for changemakers and encourage a cross-sector dialogue among businesses, governmental entities, academia and students to understand how responsible businesses can fuel economic development in New Mexico.

Keynote addresses will be given by Vanessa Roanhorse, founder and CEO of Roanhorse Consulting and co-founder of Native Women Lead, and Lawrence Ford, founder and CEO of Conscious Capital Wealth Management and founder and chairman of Future Capital.

This event will feature:

Results of Anderson’s latest research on business models for social entrepreneurship and practices for increasing impact investing in New Mexico

  • A panel of leading social entrepreneurs who will discuss opportunities and challenges about business having a positive impact in the state
  • A panel of thought leaders in the New Mexico finance and investment ecosystems will share how impact investing is leading to positive changes
  • Opportunities to share projects participants are working on and share helpful resources

There is a registration $25 fee to cover costs, but the fee is waived for faculty and students from New Mexico colleges and universities. Scholarships are also available for others for whom the fee would prevent them from attending. Coupon codes are available on the registration page.

For more information, including video interviews and a podcast featuring Anderson Dean Mitzi Montoya, or to register, visit NM For Good.