Marjorie Kelly is a fellow with the Tellus Institute, a 35-year-old nonprofit research and consulting organization in Boston. She holds a dual appointment as director of ownership strategy with Cutting Edge Capital consulting firm. She advises private businesses on ownership and capital design for social mission and leads a variety of consulting and research projects in corporate social responsibility, rural development, and impact investing for organizations like the Ford Foundation and Rockefeller Foundation. Marjorie was co-founder and for 20 years president of Business Ethics magazine, best known for its listing of the 100 Best Corporate Citizens. She is the author of the new book, Owning Our Future: The Emerging Ownership Revolution, released June 2012 by Berrett-Koehler. Her first book, The Divine Right of Capital (2001), was named by Library Journal one of the 10 Best Business Books of the Year and was translated into three languages. She is co-founder of Corporation 20/20 (www.corporation2020.org), a multi-stakeholder initiative to envision and advocate enterprise and financial designs that integrate social, environmental, and financial aims. Over five years this project brought together hundreds of thought leaders from business, finance, labor, government, law, and civil society for meetings, research, and two national conferences.