Investing for measurable impact and profit remains a contentious aspiration for most investors today. Tremendous evidence that shows investors and society benefit from solving human, social, and environmental issues in for-profit portfolios. Yet portfolios that are extractive of people, planet, and trust remain the norms from biases and myths of recent decades – thus, new MBAs must learn how to craft sustainable, impactful portfolios to benefit society and finances. This course focuses on the fundamentals of value creation in a diversified portfolio across all asset classes, and an investment process to achieve net positive impact while pursuing attractive risk-adjusted returns. Students will learn how to craft investment policy statements (IPSs), diversify for impact themes (environmental and social) as well as risk-return expectations, evaluate securities (stocks, bonds, funds, private issuances), construct portfolios, and measure the outcomes on stakeholders and society. The course will also cover back-testing and simulations, impact reporting, and engagement with advisors and fiduciaries of family offices, foundations, institutional investors, and retirement plans.