Woody Tasch is the author of Inquiries into the Nature of Slow Money, which takes the principles of Slow Food and applies them to finance. He believes that modern companies are too big and our financial system is too complex.
Until last year, Woody was the chairman of Investor's Circle, which invested in ventures promoting sustainability. In the $130 million that they've invested over the last 17 years, 14% has been invested in food and organic-related companies.
Woody is now the Chairman of the Slow Money Alliance.