Randy Kaufman is a Senior Vice President at EMM, a multi-family office and wealth management firm. She has years of experience in tax planning, multi-generational issues and philanthropy. In this article,Randy shares her research and insights on how women and millennials are the driving force behind the increase in social impact investing. As women continue to both inherit and create wealth, they represent a growing class of investors that are interested in more than returns – they are concerned about social responsibility and helping others. Millennials, despite being characterized as selfish, are committed to solving social problems such as climate change,hunger and social justice through a combination of the power of their investments as well as traditional philanthropy. They are expecting their advisors to be more knowledgeable about social impact invest and the way they view wealth management. Read the article, “Bracing for Impact.”