Meet Kat Taylor, A Pioneering Impact Investor On A Mission To Spend $1 Billion Righting Society’s Wrongs

Forbes (October 9th, 2020) – Meet A Pioneering Impact Investor On A Mission To Spend $1 Billion Righting Society’s Wrongs

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On March 1st, as she gathered with thousands of others to march across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama on the 55th anniversary of Bloody Sunday, Kat Taylor burst into a rendition of Aretha Franklin’s “Do Right Woman, Do Right Man.” These days, Taylor is best known as the singing spouse of billionaire climate change activist and ex-Democratic presidential candidate Tom Steyer. But in the world of impact investing, she’s famous in her own right for the breadth and ambition of her efforts, as well as her musical shtick. Indeed, Taylor’s efforts are the big reason the couple made the Forbes Impact 50 for 2020…

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Kat's Own Words

My Giving Pledge Promise Isn’t Enough: Why It’s Time for the Wealthy to Do More

The Chronicle of Philanthropy (November 11th, 2020) – My Giving Pledge Promise Isn’t Enough: Why It’s Time for the Wealthy to Do More by:  Kat Taylor My six decades have taken me many places. As a philanthropist, I have wrestled with grant making that addresses the symptoms but not the root causes of societal ills. […]