Corie Radka is a regenerative investor, strategist, and advisor that activates capital to solve the world's most pressing problems. As the Managing Director of Regenerative Investments at Palm Ventures, she leads the family office's strategy and capitalization of companies that profitably reverse global warming in an equitable manner. Currently, Corie is advising Project Drawdown in their version 2.0 rollout and organizing investors and philanthropists using Drawdown as a tool to prioritize capital. Prior to Palm Ventures, she taught an applied course on community development and campaign strategy at UC Berkeley. For over a decade, Corie has supported leading companies and organizations seeking to use investment as a tool for climate innovation, social change, and women's empowerment, including the United Nations, Common Wealth of Nations, Layden-Schimberg Fund, Etho Capital, Divest Invest, and Bioneers. She was an Entrepreneur in Residence at the California Clean Energy Fund (CalCEF) and is a proud member of NEXUS Global, Investor's Circle - Social Venture Network, and the Pachamama Alliance. Corie's passion for climate innovation, regenerative finance, and ecological biodiversity stems from her original career trajectory as a wildlife conservationist. She conducted award-winning research on carbon life cycle analysis, publishing in Environmental Science and Technology.