Matthew Weatherley-White is an emerging impact thought leader, specifically as it relates to portfolio integration and “catalyzing impact” investments. He has presented and participated in panel discussions at leading conferences, including SALT, SoCap, Play Big, Take Action! and SRI in the Rockies. Most recently, he was a contributor to “A New Foundation for Portfolio Management”, published by RSF Social Finance and Portfolio 21 which challenges conventional assumptions around risk, growth and capital utility, and suggests a radical new approach to Modern Portfolio Theory.
Matthew is a founding partner at The CAPROCK Group – a global family wealth management firm with offices in Seattle, Silicon Valley and Boise, and led his firm’s successful effort to become a founding B Corp in 2007. Matthew received a double-major degree from Dartmouth College, graduating “With Distinction”. He currently serves as a Chairman for the Lee Pesky Learning Center, an organization he joined as a founding board member in 1997, and has won multiple national and world championships in a variety of endurance sports. When not working, he can usually be found in the mountains, encouraging his daughter to love wilderness with the same enthusiasm as her father.