Patricia Daly is a Dominican Sister of Caldwell, NJ and has worked in Corporate Responsibility and Socially Responsible Investing for 35 years. She serves as the Executive Director of the Tri-State Coalition for Responsible Investment, an organization of 40 Roman Catholic Dioceses and Congregations of Women and Men in the NY metropolitan area. Pat represents these institutional investors to the national Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility: 275 Roman Catholic, Protestant and Jewish organizations holding more than $110 billion in investments. Pat is also the Corporate Responsibility Representative for the Sisters of St. Dominic of Caldwell, NJ and consults for the American Baptist Churches in their Socially Responsible Investment Program.

Over the years Pat has negotiated with companies on issues of human rights, labor, ecological concerns, militarism, equality, health and tobacco, and international debt and capital flows. Pat has played a role in forcing General Electric to pay for a clean-up of the Hudson River, positioning the agenda of global warming into the priorities of Corporate America, and is a founder of Campaign ExxonMobil: calling this oil giant to task on matters related to climate change.

Pat has worked to encourage investors to participate in the work of their companies and continues to mentor people in effective strategies for systemic change. She has lectured internationally and has been featured in a variety of news outlets including The New York Times, CNN, 60 Minutes, The Star Ledger and NPR.