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Emily Lambert


Emily is a Research Analyst at Baldwin Brothers. She is a member of Baldwin Brothers’ investment team. Emily works on equity research, due diligence for sustainable private debt and community investments and shareholder engagement. Emily joined Baldwin Brothers in 2015. Previously, she worked at Sustainalytics, a responsible investment research firm. Emily earned a Bachelor of Arts from Harvard College.

As Marketing Co-Chair, Emily helps get the word out about BASIC's events and affiliates through BASIC's website and Twitter. Examples include encouraging members to read and write for our blog and to support BASIC by greening their electricity through Mass Energy.

Blog Posts

The Case for a Rigorous ESG Certification

While the broader financial analyst community has its Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) certification process, the ESG community has nothing comparable and would benefit from the implementation of a process similar to the CFA Program. The ESG certification process would credit individuals possessing a body of knowledge about responsible investment and be earned by having individuals pass one or more examinations with meaningful subject matter and that were sufficiently challenging to have a limited passrate. The certification process suggested must be well respected for being serious and rigorous, in order todemonstrate commitment to the field and value to employers.

[Event Recap] [Event] Investor Implications of Tax Reform

BASIC’s tax reform event focused on both individual and investor implications. Rob Wilson, Research Analyst at MFS,  outlined investor implications while Boston University Law School’s Director of Graduate Tax Reform, Christina Rice, detailed individual-level impacts. Please check out additional resources from Civic Series, our co-host for the event, here. Thanks to Sharon Bort for cultivating this list.

BASIC Grants Winners 2019-2020

BASIC is thrilled to announce the results from our inaugural grants program, launched in 2019. We hope the below publications are a useful resource for the BASIC community.