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Impact Investing Isn't a Hype: It's an Evolving Toolbox of Opportunities

Women entrepreneurs are often an under-tapped force that can rekindle economic expansion while driving positive social change. Solar Sister, for instance, an organization started by Ashoka Fellow Katherine Lucey, is empowering women to become an active part of the grassroots clean energy economy, both as sellers and users of affordable [...]
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