Corie Radka is an investor, entrepreneur, climate strategist, and public speaker with a passion for solving the world's most pressing problems. She is the Managing Director of Regenerative Investments at Palm Ventures, leading the family office's strategy and capitalization of companies that profitably reverse global warming in an equitable manner. Corie is also advising Project Drawdown in their version 2.0 rollout and organizing investors and philanthropists to prioritize capital using Drawdown as a tool. Prior to her work at Palm Ventures, she taught an applied course on community development and campaign strategy at UC Berkeley and supported leading companies and organizations seeking to use investment as a tool for climate innovation, social change, and women's empowerment.
Corie's background as a wildlife conservationist and her research on carbon life cycle analysis fuel her passion for climate innovation, regenerative finance, and ecological biodiversity. She is a strategic advisor at Project Drawdown, a former RSF Integrated Capital Institute Fellow at RSF Social Finance, and a former community organizer for organizations such as California Public Interest Research Group and AmeriCorps. Corie is a member of NEXUS Global, Investor's Circle - Social Venture Network, and the Pachamama Alliance. Her expertise and skills include community development, campaign strategy, regenerative finance, climate innovation, social change, and women's empowerment.