Mark Regier, Vice President of Stewardship Investing
Mark Regier discusses the importance of leading with values while implementing a robust ESG integration program.Play video
Mark A. Regier is Vice President of Stewardship Investing for Praxis Mutual Funds® and Everence Financial®, a leading provider of faith-based financial products in the United States and a ministry of Mennonite Church USA. Mark has been involved in the field of ethical and socially responsible investing at Everence for more than 20 years. He oversees the company’s work in socially responsible investing and impact investing (including investment screening, proxy voting, corporate engagement and community investing). He works with products and programs throughout Everence to strengthen their creative integration of faith and finances.
As Director of Sales for Praxis Mutual Funds, Mark provides leadership for and management of the Praxis sales team. In this role, his primary focus is identifying and pursuing strategic opportunities for growth within the socially responsible, faith-based and impact investing industry.
Mark has been a member of the Board of Directors of US SIF: The Forum for Sustainable and Responsible Investment, the U.S. membership organization for professionals, companies and institutions engaged in sustainable and responsible investing. He has also served as governing board chairman for the Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility and was founding chairman for the International SRI Working Group (US SIF). He recently served as board chairman for the Isaiah Funds (disaster recovery investments) and as an executive committee member for Partners for the Common Good (faith-based community investments). In his community, Mark serves as the chair of the board for The Center for Healing and Hope, a nonprofit provider of health care to the uninsured.
In 2006, Mark received the SRI Service Award, the U.S. social investment industry’s highest honor. With nearly 30 years of service to church institutions and a background in ethics and theological studies, Mark is often a resource for national and international organizations and media on faith-based and impact investing issues.