Investing for all.
Rabble develops and manages impact investment opportunities that are good for people and the planet. With extensive diligence, tailor made offering structures, and transaction management through the lifecycle of each investment project, we connect conscious capital with meaningful projects.
Invest in what you believe in. Now you can invest in companies that inspire you.
All projects aim to provide social or environmental impact in addition to financial returns — what we call “complete returns.”
During the project you’ll earn dividend income. When the project closes you’ll “exit” and receive proceeds directly into your account.
Before joining EDF, Rory was the Director of Energy Finance and Sustainability for the New York City Housing Authority. Prior to his role at NYCHA, Rory worked to develop the Public Sector Business unit of Constellation Energy, where he developed new business products and tailored internal operations to effectively pursue opportunities with federal, state, and local government agencies.
Patricia J. Lancaster, FAIA is the President of The Lancaster Group, a capital program management and consulting firm, and a full Professor in the Masters Program at NYU Schack Institute of Real Estate. She is a New York State Registered Architect with more than 25 years’ experience in public/private real estate partnerships, teaching, and public service for the City of New York. From 2002 to 2008, she was Commissioner of the New York City Department of Buildings. As Buildings Commissioner, Lancaster was responsible for setting local construction standards, enforcing the Building Code and Zoning Resolution for more than 975,000 buildings, and regulating New York City’s $35 billion per year construction industry.
I joined rabble because I am intrigued by its unique use of cutting edge fundraising technologies mixed with smart, thoughtful revival/creation of real projects that will affect our everyday lives.
Jason is partner at Capital Solutions, Inc. and is focused on originating and structuring principal investments and creating new partnership; he has expertise in acquiring and financing institutional quality real estate across the medical office and life science, retail, multifamily, and senior living sectors.
In addition, Ms. Nielsen is a Professor of Urban Design and Landscape Architecture at Pratt Institute in both the Graduate and Undergraduate Schools of Architecture and currently serves as President for the Public Design Commission of the City of New York. Born in Paris, Ms. Nielsen holds degrees in Urban Planning from Smith College; in Landscape Architecture from City College of New York; and in and in Construction Management from Pratt Institute.
Mathew first entered the energy industry as a founding member of Yingli Green Energy’s American subsidiary, where he severed on its leadership committee through its rise to world’s largest solar panel manufacture. At Yingli he built and led the sales and operations teams and later spearheaded corporate development efforts. Prior to solar, he led teams within PwC’s Strategy Group in the formulation of growth strategy, facilitation of new market entry and evaluation of strategic acquisitions for leading private equity firms and Fortune 500 clients.
Mathew also worked at Honeywell (NYSE:HON), Praxair (NYSE:PX), and semiconductor equipment manufacturer Heller Industries, focusing on business development and product design. He holds an MBA from Cornell University and a BS in Mechanical Engineering from SUNY Buffalo. Mathew lives in Brooklyn with his wife and two daughters, who consistently remind him that anything is possible.
What people are saying
“Rabble is doing something exciting because it is providing everyday investors with access to new investment opportunities that they otherwise would not have access to, while also ensuring that those projects have a positive impact on the communities that they touch. Its a win for everyone involved.”
“In the late 1990’s, we covered the ONLY revitalization project happening inside city limits. Now I actually get to participate on my own and empower the next phase of growth.”
“It is rare to see such a combination of experience, chemistry and innovation as I find in Rabble. I was a very early supporter and will continue to support the rabble rousers going forward.”
“One can begin feeling helpless in the midst of feeling hopeful and rabble is creating a platform for me to matter by being not just vocal, but active”
“I’m excited by the potential of rabble’s innovative model to allow community members to support projects they value and developers, investors and community members to earn income from and insight into the projects communities want.”
“For me, the rabble model brings impact investment into the realm of everyday citizen by putting projects with social and financial outcomes onto an accessible, intuitive platform.”