Paul A. Hilton

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"Paul A. Hilton is a portfolio manager at Trillium. He has been involved in sustainable and responsible investment for over 15 years, working on both the investment and sustainability research and advocacy sides. Prior to joining Trillium, Paul was Vice President, Sustainable Investment Business Strategy at Calvert Investments, leading SRI product and business development, with a particular focus on the institutional and international arenas. He also previously held senior positions within Calvert's Equities and Marketing Departments. Prior to Calvert, Paul was a Portfolio Manager for Socially Responsible Investing at The Dreyfus Corporation. At Dreyfus he was responsible for social research and advocacy for the Dreyfus Premier Third Century Fund and its variable annuity counterpart, the Dreyfus Socially Responsible Growth Fund. Paul also served as a research analyst in the Social Awareness Investment (SAI) program at Smith Barney Asset Management, then a division of Citigroup. He started his career in the field of SRI as an analyst with the Council on Economic Priorities, a non-profit known for an influential consumer guidebook called "Shopping for a Better World."

"Paul is co-founder of SIRAN, the Sustainable Investment Research Analyst Network, a national group of analysts working to promote dialogue with companies about corporate responsibility. He is also a former Treasurer of the United Nations Environment Programme Finance Initiative (UNEP-FI) and current member and former co-chair of its Asset Management Working Group. In addition, Paul serves on the board of Communities in Schools of the Nation’s Capital. A Chartered Financial Analyst, he holds Master’s degrees in Anthropology from New York University and Education from Roberts Wesleyan College." [1]

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  1. US SIF Board, organizational web page, accessed June 2, 2013.