The Cackle: Episode #19
The Importance of Values-Based Investing
SPECIAL GUEST: Angela Barbash, Co-Founder and CEO, Revalue
AIRED ON: Wednesday, June 24th on Facebook Live or Twitter at 10:30 am EST
Angela Barbash, Co-Founder and CEO of Revalue, joins The Cackle to discuss the importance of value-based investing.
Angela Barbash is CEO of Revalue, an independent registered investment advisory firm founded in 2013, located in Ypsilanti, Michigan. Revalue is an Employee-Owned Certified B Corporation® that provides fee-only financial planning, investment management, community development services designed for impact to values-driven organizations and investors.
Ms. Barbash has dedicated 16 years in service as a financial advisor in the Metro Detroit Region and was named a 2018 notable woman in finance in Michigan by Crain’s Detroit Business. She studied Cultural Anthropology and History at Eastern Michigan University and began her professional career at the Michigan Small Business Development Center (MI-SBDC) before entering the financial services sector.
Revalue is a founding member of United Way of Washtenaw County Financial Stability Coalition and the founding board chair of the National Coalition for Community Capital (NC3). Additionally, Ms. Barbash is active in various economic development and entrepreneurship initiatives, including providing mentorship and guidance to entrepreneurs, apprenticing new financial advisors, assisting youth in her community, and helping to launch several pitch competitions. She is regarded as a subject matter expert on the topics of community capital, crowdfunding, local investing, impact investing, and community-based investor education.
Ms. Barbash and her husband Marshel live in Ypsilanti with their preschooler Delilah, where they enjoy time outdoors as much as possible. She is a woman of color (Hispanic) and uses the pronouns She/Her/Hers.
About The Cackle
Each week on The Cackle, we highlight small businesses, startups, and people who have an impact on communities across the Midwest. We explore a wide range of topics relating to the vibrancy of local economies, including: entrepreneurial journeys, economic trends found in our research, the challenges facing small businesses and startups face, and the importance of building a diverse and inclusive community.