Meet Gino Borges, Ph.D
Curator of Poetry of Impact
Gino’s path led him from a California dairy farm to earning a Ph.D. in Communications from Purdue University, from Nevada desert quests to family ranch stewardship. And now from conventional real estate investing to impact investing.
A community member of Toniic, Threshold Foundation, and Nexus, Gino speaks and teaches about impact investing, multi-family real estate, community resiliency, and wealth stewardship. He’s given talks at the Impact Hub SF, Gratitude Railroad Network, executive MBA programs, art salons, and recently, TEDx University of Nevada. Gino’s work has been featured in Forbes, Rank & File, Conscious Company Magazine, Mother Nature Network, and NPR.
Gino is dedicated to unveiling a different story of impact – the Poetry of Impact. He has dedicated his work towards creating a space for individuals and the collective impact space to uncover the emotional, mental, and spiritual challenges along the path of impact, revealing the deeply human side of impact in all aspects of life.
When Gino is not doing “Grammar of Impact” work, you can find him barefoot in his garden, biking to the farmer’s market, or taking a morning stroll by the Truckee River.