Members: $0, Non-members $10
The Wharton Club of Southern California is pleased to invite all Real Estate affinity group members and all club members and non-members to our next Real Estate event, a discussion about real estate impact investing with Martin Muoto, CEO and Managing Partner of SoLa Impact Fund. Mr. Muoto will lead a thought-provoking conversation about his insights on improving the lives of residents in LA’s toughest neighborhoods while achieving market rate returns. Mr. Muoto will conduct a Q&A session after his remarks.
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Date & Time: Friday, April 16, 2021, 1:00PM to 2:15PM PDT
Location: Zoom event. A Zoom link will be emailed to all registered guests prior to the event.
Cost: $0 Members, $10 Non-Members
• For more information about SoLa Impact and the Beehive, check out www.solaimpact.com
• For more on the SoLa I CAN Foundation visit www.solaican.org
• To volunteer, email Volunteer@solaimpact.com
Martin Muoto is the CEO and Managing Partner of the SoLa Impact funds. SoLa Impact’s Opportunity Zone Fund was selected as the leading Urban OZ Fund by Forbes/Sorenson Impact and has been able to achieve market-rate returns while delivering on its mission of “Doing Well by Doing Good.” SoLa’s double bottom line funds focus on improving the lives of residents in LA’s black and brown neighborhoods through affordable housing, economic development, access to education and data-driven social impact programs. In 2020, SoLa Impact was recognized by Inc5000 as the #7 fastest growing minority-led company in the US.
Martin began personally investing in real estate in South Los Angeles, Compton, Watts and other neglected communities a decade before these areas became designated Opportunity Zones. Along with Gray Lusk, Martin launched SoLa Impact’s first fund in 2014. His early vision – and his leadership among Opportunity Zone funds delivering true social impact – has led to Martin being featured in Forbes, Black Enterprise, the WSJ, the NYTimes, and other leading publications.
Martin was previously an operating executive at several technology companies and a venture capital partner at Accretive Partners and General Atlantic Partners in New York. He graduated with Honors from the Wharton School of Business W’93 and the University of Pennsylvania C’93.
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Moderated by Jeannie Vu WG19, Real Estate Affinity Group Leader.
Start time: 01:00 p.m. PDT
End time: 02:15 p.m. PDT
Venue: Online event
An exciting opportunity for The Wharton Club of Southern California to engage more young alumni! Every year, Wharton Global Alumni Relations (WGA) hosts two events specifically for recent grads in SF and NY, a series called “Young Alumni Coast to Coast”. Given the new opportunities with virtual programming, WGA will be expanding their Young Alumni Coast to Coast series to additional cities. Los Angeles is one of these cities! The format will be informal, facilitated networking using breakrooms.
Members: $0, Non-members $0
Please join us for our first Wharton SoCal Lunch and Learn Speaker Series of the year with our guest Glenn Solomon, Managing Partner at GGV Capital. Glenn has been a Venture Capitalist for over 20 years, the last 14 with GGV Capital. He works with growing companies and serves as a trusted advisor to entrepreneurs and management teams as they work to build great companies. He is a venture investor in Slack, Airbnb, Square, Kong and many others.
Emad Hasan shares profitable lessons in data from Facebook, PayPal and his customer lifetime value company, Retina.
Marketing Mondays is a tri-weekly group for Wharton alumni working in marketing. In each one-hour Zoom meeting, we will discuss the current issues we are facing in marketing and help each other access the resources and connections we need to be successful.
Marketing Mondays is led by Dan Smith W ’86 and UCLA MBA ’90.
We will email the Zoom link to attendees the morning of the event.
Wharton So Cal members: FREE
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The 2020’s started out with a crazy thing called Covid. What will history say about this time period? Certainly, history will report that Covid-19 changed the way the world works, the way we think about inter-connections, and the way we connect with each other. Despite these changes, some things remain the same. We still need relationships and we still need to connect. Join us on Wednesday evening, October 21, 2020 from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm as we explore the brave new world of networking and building relationships in a virtual world.
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