As San Diego philanthropist Kara Ballester and her husband Andy built their foundation, they knew impact investing would be a key part of realizing their vision for a green way of living and housing that families can afford. She shared three key steps they took to integrate impact investing to advance their mission, and why investing in her local community matters.
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