In our latest episode, we speak with Gitanjali Swamy about the ways that those in the asset community can create better intelligence around the topic of diversity.
How can leaders in asset management and strategic asset allocators help improve the collective intelligence at their organizations by leveraging the power of diversity?
In our latest episode of the Improving Alpha podcast, Michael Oliver Weinberg speaks with Gitanjali Swamy, PH.D., Senior Legislative and Policy Advisor, Massachusetts State Senate, Managing Partner, IoTask on how leaders approach the more social aspects of ESG.
Gitanjali further discusses:
- How her early educational career helped shape her outlook on diversity across various startups and businesses.
- What can interfere with a truly diverse collective intelligence.
- How to improve diversity and lead to better decision-making.
- What is the 3-stage process that can help the asset community build a better collective for diversity.
- How one's customer base and allocators may improve their collective intelligence and enable better outcomes.
- and more.
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About Our Guest:
A committed public servant and a C-level leader in building innovative ventures for investment or corporate organizations, public-private partnerships, and socially-responsible endeavors. Hands-on experience in every aspect of execution from strategy, fundraising to organization building, financial structuring, and creating sustainable innovation.
Gitanjali Swamy (Gita) is currently serving as Senior Legislative and Policy Advisor to the Office of Sen. Hinds at the Massachusetts State Senate, where she previously served as Chief Legal Advisor.
Connect with Michael Oliver Weinberg:
About Our Host:
For three decades Michael has invested directly at the security level and indirectly as an asset allocator in traditional and alternative asset classes. Most recently he was a Managing Director, Head of Alternative Alpha, on the Investment Committee and a board member at APG, a Dutch pension provider. Previously he was the Chief Investment Officer at MOV37 and Protege Partners. Michael is also an Adjunct Professor of Economics and Finance at Columbia Business School, where he teaches Institutional Investing, an advanced MBA course that he created.
Michael is a published author, having written for The New York Times, international investment books and other publications. Michael has been interviewed by the Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, CNBC, Bloomberg and Reuters. He is a frequent panelist, moderator and lecturer for investment banks, institutional and family office organizations and business schools.
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