Off Campus MIIS related event

Open to the Public

The September 10-13 ComCap 17 conference is being co-hosted by the Institute and the City of Monterey, with support from the National Coalition for Community Capital. The conference will explore tools, knowledge, and strategies for improving access to community capital, with the goal of “increased social equity, local resilience, citizen engagement and community impact.”

Speakers will include prominent voices in the community capital field nationally such as Marco Vangelisti (founder, Essential Knowledge for Transition), Janelle Orsi (co-founder and director of Sustainable Economies Law Center), and Woody Tasch (founder and chairman, Slow Money Institute).

The conference will also feature comments from local leaders such as Alan Lovewell MAIEP ’10 (founder/CEO of Real Good Fish), Jason Scorse (chair of the Institute’s international environmental policy program and director of our Center for the Blue Economy), and GSIPM Dean Kent Glenzer.

For more information about the program and speakers, and to register for the conference, please visit

Contact: Kent Glenzer,

Sponsored by:
ZZ Graduate School of International Policy and Management