Investor Connect – Sarah Millar of City Light Capital

Investor Connect – Sarah Millar of City Light Capital

August 23, 2019 by investor

In this episode, Hall T. Martin conducts an interview with Sarah Millar of City Light Capital. Sarah is an Investment Associate at City Light Capital, where she focuses on early stage investments in education, energy, environment, and safety and security. Sarah joined City Light after completing her MBA and a short Fellowship with Endeavor, a nonprofit organization that supports entrepreneurship in emerging and frontier markets. During her two years at Wharton, she held internships with two impact investors based in Mexico City (IGNIA and Adobe Capital), and another internship in business development for an e-commerce startup in the city. She also served as a consultant for multiple impact organizations, including local and global impact funds and nonprofits. City Light is an early stage venture fund, specifically an impact investing fund focused on backing experienced entrepreneurs with businesses that matter. They focus on companies in the education, environment and safety sector. Hall and Sarah speak about the social and financial impact of both the entrepreneur and investor as well as factors they look at when determining who is in or out on their fund.

 

 

 

 

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