Carol Atwood

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"Carol Atwood is founder and President of Spartacus Capital, which provides consulting and advisory services to organizations requiring high level strategic partnerships and fundraising support. Her past projects have covered an array of sectors including: clean tech, emerging markets (with a specific focus on China, West Africa and South America), natural resources and the social media sectors. Ms. Atwood is a successful entrepreneur who is actively involved in creating and participating in socially focused ventures, with a primary focus in alternative energy, emerging markets and social networking. She is a recipient of many awards, including “NYC Entrepreneur of the Year” award, which was sponsored by NASDAQ, Kaufmann Foundation, and Ernst and Young.

"Ms. Atwood formerly owned and operated TMG, an international marketing company that developed programs for Fortune 500 companies. In 1997, TMG was named “Company of the Year” by the National Association of Small Business Investment Companies and ranked among the top 100 women-owned businesses by Working Woman magazine, placing between Martha Stewart and Oprah Winfrey. Ms. Atwood also serves on the boards of King Arthur Flour and IW Financial, and on the steering committee of Boston College’s Institute for Responsible Investment.

"Ms. Atwood is a member of Investors Circle, the Social Venture Network, Social Venture Partners, and the Social Investment Forum. Ms. Atwood is also passionate about utilizing media for social change and serves on a number of non-profit boards and committees that address this vision such as the Filmmaker’s Collaborative in Boston."[1]


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  1. Calvert Foundation Board, organizational web page, accessed May 6, 2012.