Date: April 29, 2021

Time: 10:30 am PT // 11:30 am MT // 12:30 pm CT // 1:30 pm ET

Location: BlueJeans Events


Capital is one of the most important factors limiting the establishment, expansion and growth of minority-owned businesses. Without adequate funding, minority owned firms face significant challenges in reaching their full potential. At the same time, marginalized communities – including communities of color, rural and low income communities – also lack the cost savings and other benefits of clean energy from solar to energy efficiency because there is a lack of access to financing capital for too many of these households.

The webinar will examine the current state, barriers, and solutions as well as educate and inform our broad audience.


AJ Patton
CEO and Founder, 548 Capital

Parren James
Senior VP of Real Estate and Investment, New Island Capital

Lynn Heller
Founder and CEO, Climate Access Fund

Moderated By

Mark Hall
E2 CA Member

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