Partner Susan Mac Cormac was recently interviewed by the Stanford Social Innovation Review for her work setting up a hybrid social enterprise structure for beloved Bay Area bookstore, Kepler’s Books. Morrison and Foerster, along with other local business and community leaders, came together to launch “Kepler’s 2020,” an initiative to transform the independent bookstore into a next-generation community literary and cultural center. The initiative restructures Kepler’s into two entities – a community-owned-and-operated bookstore and a non-profit organization that enriches the community with educational workshops as well as literacy and cultural events. Read the full article here.
Susan Mac Cormac
Susan “Suz” Mac Cormac is Co-chair of the firm’s Impact, Energy, and Cleantech Groups. Her work focuses on advising innovative sustainable companies and investors, with particular expertise on ensuring investments have positive impact through use of new corporate forms, hybrids, alternative debt and equity instruments and disclosure. More ›