Steve Viederman Joins REC Board

Photo of Stephen Viederman REC is delighted to welcome Steve Viederman to our board of Directors. Steve is one of the pioneers in the responsible investment space having, in the early 90s, led the Jessie Smith Noyes Foundation's efforts in mission-related and impact investing and shareowner activity. He continues to advocate in these areas because he believes that the future matters.

Presently Steve's work focuses on broadening the definition of sustainability in general, and more specifically on sustainable investing (future-oriented, risk-adjusted and opportunity-directed), increasing institutional investors’ involvement, and fiduciary duty. He is an active writer and speaker in the responsible investment space.

We're delighted to have Steve join the great group of dedicated individuals and help build REC's strategy and knowledge as we look towards the future. Welcome Steve!!

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