Fuller Callaway is a financial advisor with the Indigo Group at Morgan Stanley. The Indigo Group is a wealth management practice that works with individuals, nonprofits, and foundations to help them align their investments with their values. Fuller specializes in carbon neutral and environmentally friendly investments, including land trust clients. From 2014 to February 2017, he managed the Georgia Land Conservation Program (GLCP) program at the Georgia Environmental Finance Authority (GEFA). In this role, he managed the $50-million-dollar revolving loan fund to provide financing to local governments, conservation organizations, and landowners for permanent land conservation projects. He was also involved in the program and portfolio management of the $2-billion-dollar clean water and drinking water state revolving loan funds for Georgia. Before GEFA, Fuller served at the Georgia Conservancy as their Land Conservation Specialist working with individuals and institutions educating and advising landowners across the state on the financial and environmental benefits of conservation. He has been involved in the philanthropy world for the last 15 years, serving on one of the Fuller E. Callaway Family Foundations. He was a member of the Hull Fellowship class of 2016 through the Southeastern Council of Foundations (SECF), and is involved in the Impact Investing program for SECF's 2017 Annual Meeting.
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- E10. Fresh out of the Oven: Hot Ideas in Conservation Finance
October 19, 2019
1:30 PM - 3:00 PM