Shred the gnar, pay the bills.
Amy Domini '68
Voted in 2005 to Time magazine's list of the world's 100 most influential people, Amy Domini '68 is recognized as a leading voice for socially responsible investing. In 1989 she and two partners created the Domini 400 Social Index, which rates companies on 140 issues ranging from toxic-waste fines to diversity in top management. Domini now oversees Domini Social Investments, a mutual fund giant that invests in environmentally and socially responsible companies. Domini wrote the groundbreaking book, Ethical Investing, on socially responsible investing in the 1980s; developed the Domini 400 Social Index; and oversees Domini Social Investments.