Investment adviser William Michael Cunningham describes himself as an “unusually creative economist”: He founded one of the first investing websites in 1995 and has been guiding clients to make smart, socially responsible investments for over 20 years.
Cunningham is an expert economist and investment analyst and a strong advocate for crowdfunding. He is the author of the entrepreneurial advice book “The JOBS Act: Crowdfunding for Small Businesses and Startups” and founder of MinorityFinance.com, CreativeInvest.com, and BlackCrowdFunding.net.
His expertise of public and private financial sectors has been featured in the Washington Post and on NPR. He frequently speaks about the importance of investing in minority and underserved communities.
Social Investing Adviser and Economist
Areas of Expertise: Economics, Investments, Financial Analysis, Crowdfunding, Investing in Underserved Communities
Location: Washington, DC
Phone: (509) 294-2610 (c) | (202) 455-0430 (o)
Heard on NPR’s Tell Me More: End of Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac Will Affect Minorities