Eric Becker is Clean Yield Asset Management’s chief investment officer and has been engaged in social and environmental investing since 1993. Eric was a founding member of the Slow Money movement and co-founded Slow Money Boston and Slow Money Vermont, which seek to connect investors and entrepreneurs in the service of building a healthier and more robust food system. He is a founding board member of The Carrot Project, a sustainable agriculture finance organization.
Eric joined Clean Yield in 2009 after 16 years as an analyst and portfolio manager for Trillium Asset Management, where he co-managed the fossil-fuel free Green Century Balanced Fund.
Eric holds a B.A. in Comparative Religion from Haverford College and a Chartered Financial Analyst designation from the CFA Institute. He lives in St. George, Vermont.