Press Release Contact: Kyle W. Kempf, Green Century Capital Management, firstname.lastname@example.org, (617) 482-0800
Boston, November 20, 2019 – Green Century President Leslie Samuelrich has been honored with the 2019 SRI Service Award.
The SRI Service Award recognizes an “individual who has demonstrated leadership, innovation, high standards of professional conduct, and accomplishment in collaboration with other SRI industry leaders.”
Ms. Samuelrich leads Green Century’s investing strategies, business development, and award-winning shareholder advocacy program. The Green Century Funds have experienced 527% growth under her leadership.
“I am honored to receive the SRI Service Award,” said Green Century President Leslie Samuelrich. “I am proud of the work Green Century has done to advance fossil fuel free investing and foster the transition to a clean energy economy. Our work is the product of our deep commitment to sustainable, responsible, and impact investing and its ability to motivate corporate action and achieve real environmental impact. It’s gratifying to see our work recognized.”
The SRI Service Award is the highest honor conferred at the annual SRI Conference, the premier meeting for the sustainable, responsible, and impact investing industry. The 30th Annual SRI Conference occurred November 11-15, 2019, in Colorado Springs.
About Green Century Capital Management
Green Century is the first family of fossil fuel free, responsible, and diversified mutual funds in the United States. Green Century invests in sustainable companies, hosts an award-winning and in-house shareholder advocacy program, and is the only mutual fund company in the U.S. wholly owned by environmental and public health nonprofit organizations.
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Stocks will fluctuate in response to factors that may affect a single company, industry, sector, country, region or the market as a whole and may perform worse than the market. Foreign securities are subject to additional risks such as currency fluctuations, regional economic and political conditions, differences in accounting methods, and other unique risks compared to investing in securities of U.S. issuers. Bonds are subject to a variety of risks including interest rate, credit, and inflation risk. A sustainable investment strategy which incorporates environmental, social and governance criteria may result in lower or higher returns than an investment strategy that does not include such criteria.
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