A note from Karen.
Hi. I am the CEO and Founder of Infinite Giving, the award winning automated investment platform for nonprofits. Our mission is to leverage modern, financial technology to grow the world's giving by helping nonprofits invest reserve funds, create and manage endowments, and receive stock and crypto gifts easily with software that automates their investment strategy all in one, easy to use, inclusive platform.
Previously I served as the Vice President of Atlanta Tech Village, America’s 4th largest tech hub. During my tenure, Village startups collectively raised over $2B, created more than 9,000 jobs, and were a driving force behind the rise of innovation in our region. I also served as a Venture Partner with the venture capital firm, Atlanta Ventures. Atlanta Ventures makes early stage investments in outstanding technology founders who are building companies from scratch. I am also the Founder and former Executive Director of a nonprofit, the Do Good Initiative, and serve on three nonprofit boards.
Infinite Giving was born from my desire to leverage all I had learned in the business, technology, and investment community to serve those on the frontlines making the world a better place - nonprofits.
We are the first automated investment platform for nonprofits in the world. Our innovative technology democratizes and simplifies smart investing with reduced fees so more money can go towards an organization's mission and bottom line.
Every day we work to help schools, charities, associations, and religious organizations hedge against inflation, lower endowment fees, and grow asset giving in one easy to use, all inclusive platform. We believe in transparency, ease of use, low fees, and equitable access to investment and asset practices.
If you didn't know there was a better way for nonprofits to invest, it's because there weren't better options - until now. We look forward to serving you.
Karen Houghton is the Founder and CEO of Infinite Giving. IG's mission is to leverage modern, financial technology to grow the world's giving by helping nonprofits invest, endow, and liquidate stocks easily with software that automates their investment strategy. Previously Karen served as the Vice President of Atlanta Tech Village, America’s 4th largest tech startup hub. During her tenure, Village startups collectively raised over $2B, created more than 9,000 jobs, and were a driving force behind the rise of innovation in Atlanta.
Karen also served as a Venture Partner with Atlanta Ventures. Atlanta Ventures invests in entrepreneurs through a startup studio that supports outstanding founders who are building companies from scratch and early stage investments for startups building software as a service in the southeast.
Karen has been the recipient of the Women In Technology's Woman of the Year Award and ATP's Impact Award in 2019, Berry College's Distinguished Alumni Entrepreneurial Spirit Award in 2020, has been recognized as one of 39 Atlanta Female Leaders to Follow on Social Media and one of Salesforce’s 10 Small Business Women Who Inspire. She currently serves on the Board for the Kula Project and Vice Chair for the Board of Visitors for Berry College. Her experiences have helped her impact thousands of lives for good through job creation, funds raised, and increased opportunity.