New Gen Network webinar: Using the full capital spectrum as a force for good

Tue, 14 May 2024

Join us for an enlightening webinar where we will delve into the diverse avenues of capital deployment for positive change. Hear firsthand experiences, practical tips, and invaluable insights from next-gen members of family offices and businesses who are pioneering impactful investments and innovative philanthropy.

During this session, our speakers will offer insights into how they got started in impact investing, sharing lessons learned,  challenges and surprises gained from their journey involved in redistributing capital in a family context. 

We will also explore how alternative forms of capital- such as the donation of time, talent (skills), ties (networks and social capital), and testimony (storytelling) can enhance the use of financial resources. 


Tuesday 14 May 2024

11.30am – 12.30pm ACST (SA)

12pm – 1pm AEST (NSW, VIC, ACT, QLD)

10am – 11am AWST (WA)


Virtual event only 

The Zoom link will be shared closer to the event.


Ingrid Alberts | Executive Director, The Tony Foundation, Alberts

Ingrid is an executive director and member of the 5th generation at Alberts. She is actively involved in the impact ventures team investing in early stage impact start-ups across four theme areas: vibrant culture, equality, healthy minds & sustainable environments. She also manages Alberts philanthropic arm, The Tony Foundation, which supports organisations using music to create improved life outcomes for young people. Ingrid leads the marketing at Alberts, with a current focus on leadership and advocacy. Prior to Alberts, she built her strategy and marketing career working locally and internationally in Switzerland and Dubai for FMCG company CPW (a joint venture between Nestle and General Mills).

Dalit Kaplan | Director, Just World Group (Just World Investment)

Dalit is an ex-lawyer who now divides her time between storytelling and impact investing.

As the founder of Storywell, Dalit delivers inspiring and interactive workshops and coaching in the art and science of storytelling to purpose-driven organisations and individuals. When not storytelling or “storytraining”, Dalit invests in purpose driven organisations as an impact investor and philanthropist with Just World Investment.

Dalit completed her BA/LLB (hon) at the University of Melbourne and her Masters in Law at the University of Chicago. She launched her legal career in commercial law at Gilbert + Tobin but eventually transitioned to refugee and family violence law until fleeing the law completely. She has lived in Sydney, Jerusalem, Chicago, New York and now resides in Melbourne with her children, husband and tyrant-cat.

Jake Milgrom-Marabel | Director, Tripple

Jake is one of the directors of Tripple, a private investment company using capital as a force for good. Through both investments and grant making, Tripple seeks to accelerate solutions in response to our greatest environmental and social challenges. Jake has a background in digital marketing for e-commerce, service based businesses and not-for-profits. Jake has a passion for leveraging capital to unlock opportunities for those who have been disadvantaged by the system around them.


Tyson Feng | Chair, Philanthropy Australia New Generation of Giving (New Gen) Network

Tyson has been a member of the Philanthropy Australia’s New Generation of Giving (New Gen) Network since 2021, and stepped into the Chair role for the Volunteer Committee in 2024. Tyson leads Caradonna Capital, a development firm characterised by a conscientious approach towards environmental responsibility and community. Concurrently, Tyson runs the Australian arm of XIO Lift, one of the largest elevator manufacturers in the world. Prior to these two roles, Tyson co-led Project Echidna for a NSW member of parliament, with the exAPAC Marketing Lead at Google. Outside of his professional roles, he leads a fundraising charity called “A Night in the Doghouse”. Each year, their team of young professionals organises a 500-person black-tie charity ball in both Brisbane and Sydney. Through these events, they donate over $110,000 to the Black Dog Institute every year, supporting mental health research and awareness.