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PIN'S Executive Team Members Speak at 30th Annual SRI Conference

PIN'S Executive Team Members Speak at 30th Annual SRI Conference
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Largest Annual Meeting of Sustainable and Impact Investors Welcomes Former NFL Player Warrick Dunn, and Former NBA Player/NBA Players Association President Antonio Davis

COLORADO SPRINGS (October 09, 2019) – The SRI Conference announced today that it will host a panel of retired professional athletes who are now impact investors and philanthropists. Among those scheduled to appear are former National Football League (NFL) running back and Tampa Bay Buccaneers star Warrick Dunn and retired National Basketball Association (NBA) player Antonio Davis, who also served as president of the NBA Players Association (NBAPA).

Dunn and Davis will participate in a panel session along with fellow athletes Devean George, Sheryl Grant, and Derrick Morgan on the conference’s main stage at The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, Thursday, November 14, 2019.

Titled: The Next Wave of Impact – The Professional Athlete, the session will give panelists the opportunity to share what inspired them to become impact investors and philanthropists, what issues they focus on and why, as well as successes and challenges they face as they work to address pressing societal, economic, and environmental challenges.

Warrick Dunn played five seasons with the Buccaneers, six seasons with the Falcons, and then a final year in Tampa Bay. In December 2009, Dunn purchased a minority ownership position in the Falcons.

Dunn is the head of Warrick Dunn Charities, which includes Homes for the Holidays and three additional programs: Count on Your Future, Sculpt, and Hearts for Community Service Scholarships. Together, the four programs are dedicated to strengthening and transforming communities by combating poverty, hunger, and improving the quality of lives for families. Homes for the Holidays has furnished 169 homes, provided over $800,000 in down-payment assistance, and served over 457 single parents and children.

Antonio Davis played for the Indiana Pacers, Toronto Raptors, Chicago Bulls and the New York Knicks. He also served as president of the National Basketball Players Association in 2005.

Davis is managing partner of PIN – the Playbook Investors Network. PIN is a business education and investment platform that connects high-net-worth investors with opportunities in growing minority-owned supply chain companies, as well as women-, veteran- and LGBTQ-owned enterprises. Its website features online resources for business planning and tips for attracting potential investors. Other members of PIN's executive leadership team include seven-time NBA All-Star Tracy McGrady, NFL running back Damian Williams, and three-time Olympian Darvis “Doc” Patton.


The SRI Conference is the premier annual gathering of the sustainability/SRI/ESG/impact investing world. The 30th SRI Conference takes place November 11-15, 2019 at The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, CO.

#fromEVOLUTIONtoREVOLUTION is the focus of this milestone conference, which will draw an estimated 1,200 attendees. The 30th Annual SRI Conference offers participants the chance to learn from authentic SRI experts, gain insight on policy and future trends, be among the first to know about new SRI products, and enjoy opportunities to network and do business with a diverse range of organizations and leaders at the forefront of investing for social, economic, and environmental progress.

Folio Financial, Inc. is the parent company of The SRI Conference & Community. Folio Financial (formerly FOLIOfn, Inc.), Folio Investing, Folio Institutional, First Affirmative, and VIA Folio together comprise the Folio brands, delivering innovation that benefits investors and those who serve them.


The SRI Conference sponsors include: Aberdeen Standard Investments, Act Analytics, Advisor Partners, Allianz Global Investors, American Century Investments, Appleseed Capital, Axiom, Brown Advisory, Calvert Impact Capital, Calvert Research and Management, Capital Good Fund, Capital Impact Partners, Clean USA Power, College for Financial Planning, Community Capital Management, Dell, Earth Equity Advisors, Energy Income Partners, Entelligent, EQIS Capital Management, First Affirmative Financial Network, Folio Institutional, General Mills, Green Century Funds, Gurtin Municipal Bond Management, Hope Enterprise Corporation, Iroquois Valley Farms, Jantz Management, Kiva, Matthews Asia, Miller/Howard Investments, Morningstar, Inc., MSCI, Natixis Investment Managers, Open Invest, Parnassus, Pax World Funds, Praxis Mutual Funds, RBC Global Asset Management, Riskalyze, Sarasin Asset Management, Saturna Capital, Self Help Federal Credit Union, Shelton Capital, S&P Dow Jones Indices, TerraCycle, Thornburg Investment Management, Tides, Trillium Asset Management, Uncommon Giving, Vanderbilt Financial Group, Vanguard, Vert Asset Management, and WaterEquity.