Trillium News
April 4, 2022

2022 Joan Bavaria Award Nominations Open Through June 15, 2022

Founder of Trillium Asset Management (Trillium) and Ceres, Joan Bavaria was a pioneer of social investing, using her vision and passion to help catalyze change in the capital markets. In 2008, Ceres and Trillium created the Joan Bavaria Award in Joan's honor, after she lost her prolonged battle with cancer. Joan was recognized as a personal hero by many sustainability leaders. The Joan Bavaria Award aims to carry on Joan’s legacy by honoring other sustainability heroes across the planet.

2022 Joan Bavaria Award Nominations Open Through June 15, 20222022 Joan Bavaria Award Nominations Open Through June 15, 2022

Dear U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator and Members of Congress,

This year's Bavaria Award will be presented during "Evening with Ceres" on October 17, 2022.

Joan Bavaria was a pioneer of social investing, using her vision and passion to help catalyze change in the capital markets. She dedicated her life to exploring and developing all means of social investing and to educating and motivating other investors. Among other endeavors, she founded Trillium Asset Management and Ceres; her influence is still reflected by their efforts today.

In 2008, Ceres and Trillium Asset Management created the Joan Bavaria Award in Joan's honor, after she lost her prolonged battle with cancer. Joan was recognized as a personal hero by many sustainability leaders. The Joan Bavaria Award aims to carry on Joan’s legacy by honoring other sustainability heroes across the planet.

The award is presented annually by Ceres and Trillium Asset Management to recognize a unique investor or NGO leader who is working to transform the capital markets into a system that balances economic prosperity with social and environmental concerns. Should you have any questions, please contact Annabelle Lilly, Assistant, Events and Sponsorship at Ceres at alilly@ceres.org.

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