Zevin Asset Management, LLC is an employee-owned socially responsible investment firm established in 1997. The firm manages accounts for endowments, foundations, religious institutions, and families. Zevin Asset Management was built to perpetuate the unique investment and social investing approaches pioneered by Robert Zevin, who started what is now Walden Asset Management in 1975, making it the first explicit socially responsible unit in any bank. He was also a principal architect of the first Calvert Social Investment Fund in 1982. Zevin Asset Management's investment team has over a century of experience managing SRI strategies. The firm is deeply involved in shareholder initiatives and corporate dialogs; in addition to screening of investments according to client criteria it also takes stands on issues involving social justice, climate change, and money in politics, to name a few.