The topics Second Nature and Intentional Endowment Network chose to highlight at the 2018 Climate Leadership Summit has led me to consider the next steps the Climate Leadership Network and the higher education sector will take to show scaled impact in the next 10-20 years. Given that, I cannot help but think about the roles our minority-serving institutions will have to play. I am glad I had the opportunity to participate in the Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCU) workshop discussing topics related to climate justice, diversity and inclusion, and the “HBCU Green Fund”. Their new “HBCU Green Fund” initiatives will bring about two sustainable investing methods/goals. One funded by students to help drive students in climate action, and the other by well-endowed institutions to fund potential retrofitting and renewable energy projects. I must admit that I am biased to the student approach given my history and seeing the impact students can have at an institution. While steps are already being taken to ensure that these green funds will be sustainable and impactful, the conversation about best practices and approaches will continue in a working group that consists of members of the cross-sectoral community. “Crossing Sectors & Driving Solutions” was the theme this year and this workshop was well in line with that. I look forward to seeing the work that comes from their funding approaches and collaborating with them in any way I can in the upcoming future.