Board of trustees
Ana Marie Argilagos is the president of HIP. Previously to HIP she worked as a senior advisor at the Ford Foundation as part of the Equitable Development team. Her work focused on urban development strategies to reduce poverty, expand economic opportunity, and advance sustainability in cities and regions across the world. Before becoming a senior adviser at the foundation in 2014, she served as deputy chief of staff and deputy assistant secretary at the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). While there, she created the Office for International and Philanthropic Innovation (IPI) to deepen and scale collaboration between public and philanthropic sectors. The IPI model of sourcing innovation and leveraging partnerships from broad global networks is now being successfully replicated at other federal cabinet agencies and in cities across the US. Previous to rejoining HUD she spent eight years as a senior program officer at the Annie E. Casey Foundation in Baltimore, where she spearheaded the foundation’s work in rural areas, indigenous communities, and the US-Mexico border region.
Until recently, Ana Marie was an adjunct professor of international urban planning at New York University’s Wagner School of Public Service. She has a successful track record working within both the public and the nonprofit sectors in a range of capacities—from educational programs manager at the National Association of Hispanic Journalists, to the director of the New Workplace for Women Project at the National Council of La Raza, to the deputy director of Ayuda, a community-based legal clinic serving immigrants in Washington, DC—and has proved herself to be an entrepreneurial thinker bridging diverse agendas and achieving results.
Ana Marie received her master’s degree in public administration from Harvard University and her bachelor’s degree in international relations from American University.
Melissa Berman is the founding president and CEO of Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, Inc., an innovative nonprofit philanthropy service launched by the Rockefeller family in 2002. Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors’ mission is to help donors create thoughtful, effective philanthropy throughout the world. RPA develops strategic plans, conducts research, manages foundations and trusts, structures major gifts, coordinates donor collaboratives, and provides re-granting and fiscal sponsorship services. Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors annually manages or facilitates about $200 million in giving to more than 25 countries. It has offices in New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Chicago.
Ms. Berman has led Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors since its inception, building it into one of the world’s leading philanthropic advisory, grantmaking, research, and project management services. Under her leadership, RPA developed and published the “Philanthropy Roadmap” series of donor guides with support from the Gates Foundation. She developed and leads RPA’s research initiative, “The Theory of the Foundation,” and is the author of three reports in that initiative.
A frequent speaker, Ms. Berman has been a guest lecturer at universities across the U.S., Europe, and Asia including Harvard, Yale, Stanford, Duke, IMD, Oxford, Sun-Yat Sen, and Beijing Normal universities. As a widely recognized expert in philanthropy, Ms. Berman has been profiled in the New York Times and the Stanford Social Innovation Review. Her ideas and views are featured in the Economist, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Financial Times, and the Chronicle of Philanthropy. She has been interviewed on the Today Show, NBC Nightly News, NPR, BBC Radio, CNBC-TV, and Bloomberg TV.
Previously, she served as senior vice president, research and program development, at The Conference Board, a global nonprofit, independent business research organization. She oversaw all research and publications on management practices, including global corporate citizenship, governance, human resources, finance, and performance management.
Ms. Berman is a director of Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors and Candid. She is an adjunct professor at Columbia University’s Business School, where she also serves on the advisory board for the Tamer Center for Social Enterprise.
Ms. Berman holds a B.A. from Harvard University and a Ph.D. from Stanford University.
Colborn oversees the service delivery functions of a multi-faceted social services nonprofit that serves 25,000 people each year in the greater Philadelphia region. Operating with an annual budget of $88.5 million, JEVS Human Services has over one thousand employees working in 20 successful programs providing skills development, job readiness and career services, vocational rehabilitation, recovery services, adult and residential day services, and in-home personal assistance.
Colborn has worked in the social sector for over 30 years, with backgrounds in philanthropy, community and economic development, and workforce development and employment policy and advocacy. He has played leadership roles in organizing philanthropic networks focused on workforce development, community colleges, and mission investing.
A graduate of Oberlin College, Colborn holds a master of business administration degree from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. He has served on a variety of boards and advisory panels and currently serves as a trustee of the Foundation Center and on the boards of the Council for Adult and Experiential Learning and the SkillsUSA Foundation.
Stephen Goodall is the retired president and CEO of J.D. Power and Associates, a leading market research firm specializing in customer satisfaction and buyer behavior. He started his career at J.D. Power in 1978 and opened the company’s first satellite office in Detroit, Michigan, in 1988. He was named president in 1996 and served as president and CEO until 2008. During this time, he led J.D. Power’s global expansion and diversification into industries beyond automotive. He oversaw the sale of the company to The McGraw Hill Companies, Inc. in 2005. Currently, Steve is an investor and board member in Outsell Inc., a research and advisory firm specializing in publishing, information, and technology, as well as several other early stage private companies. Steve also serves as the founder and president of a small education-focused charitable foundation. He received a BS in business administration, marketing, and a BA in psychology from California State University, Chico. He also has an MBA from the University of Southern California.
Alix Guerrier is the CEO of GlobalGiving. He is a co-founder of the education technology company LearnZillion and previously served as its president prior to joining GlobalGiving. He's also been a consultant in McKinsey & Company’s Education Practice, a middle and high school math teacher, and worked in the public finance department at Citigroup. He currently serves on the boards of LearnZillion, Capital City Public Charter School, and Candid. Alix has a Master's in Education from the Stanford University School of Education and an MBA from Stanford’s Graduate School of Business. He graduated from Harvard University with an AB in physics and is a proud product of New Haven Public Schools. A first-generation American and child of parents from Haiti and rural Brazil, he lives in Washington, D.C., with his wife and two daughters.
Neal is the vice president of programs at the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, in Flint, Michigan. He has held several positions within the Foundation, most recently as director of the Flint Area grantmaking program focusing on the redevelopment of downtown Flint and workforce and economic development initiatives in the Flint area. Neal also managed the Reducing Barriers to Employment portfolio on the Pathways Out of Poverty program (now titled Pathways to Opportunity program) and has worked on several of the Foundation's Special Initiatives projects for statewide and regional economic revitalization. Neal joined the Mott Foundation in January 2000. He holds a bachelor's degree from Texas Tech University and a master's degree from Michigan State University.
Neal, his wife Amanda, and two sons reside in Grand Blanc, Michigan.
The Charles Stewart Mott Foundation was founded in Flint, Michigan, in 1926, by a General Motors pioneer and is a private philanthropy committed to supporting projects that promote a just, equitable, and sustainable society. It supports nonprofit programs throughout the United States and, on a limited geographic basis, internationally.
For the last decade, Deborah Hoover has served as President and CEO of Burton D. Morgan Foundation, Northeast Ohio's philanthropic champion of the entrepreneurial spirit. Morgan Foundation seeks to build the entrepreneurial mindset in children, teens, and college students through educational and experiential opportunities that target problem solving, innovation, and planning skills. For adult entrepreneurs, the Foundation works with its ecosystem partners to provide new ventures and their founders with access to knowledge, mentors, and financing.
Ms. Hoover was instrumental in establishing the Foundation’s Northeast Ohio Collegiate Entrepreneurship Program, a Kauffman CampusesSM Initiative, to spread entrepreneurship across liberal arts campuses; and in establishing NEOLaunchNET, a collegiate experiential startup program. Most recently, she spearheaded the effort to create a Scalerator™ program in Northeast Ohio designed to help mid-sized companies develop the tools to grow. She serves on the Steering and Program Committees for the Deshpande Symposium, an annual convening designed for innovators and entrepreneurship leaders on university campuses.
Ms. Hoover received the Northeast Ohio EY Entrepreneur of the Year Award in 2014 in the Educational Services & Nonprofit category and received the 2015 Foundation Leadership Award from the Association of Fundraising Professionals Greater Cleveland Chapter. She also received the 2016 Deshpande Award for Outstanding Contributions to Advancing Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Higher Education.
Deborah serves as Board Chair of the Bounce Innovation Hub in Akron. From 2013-2015 Ms. Hoover served as Chair of the Fund for Our Economic Future a philanthropic collaborative created in 2004 to advance the economic competitiveness of Northeast Ohio and she continues to represent the Fund on the Team NEO Board. Ms. Hoover is Chair of the Advisory Council for Candid., Midwest and serves on the national Board of Candid., a global organization dedicated to sharing information and insights that fuel deeper impact in the social sector. Ms. Hoover also serves on the Board of the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, Massachusetts.
Ms. Hoover earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from Williams College and a Master of Arts in Art History from the University of Chicago. She continued graduate studies at George Washington University National Law Center where she earned a Juris Doctor degree and was a member of the Law Review. She is a member of the bar in the District of Columbia, New Hampshire, and Ohio. She also holds an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters from Baldwin Wallace University. Ms. Hoover received a second Master’s Degree in Cultural History from Kent State University in December 2018, a program of study that has allowed her to explore the direct connections between entrepreneurship and philanthropy in America.
Art Howe is a former journalist, publisher, and co-founder of Verve Mobile, the world leader in location-targeted local mobile advertising. Based in NYC, Verve reaches more than 160 million users monthly through its network of more than 2,500 leading media companies. Previously, Howe was a publisher and president of more than 50 newspapers and media sites. He was president of Village Voice Media, the nation's leading publisher of alternative newspapers, including the Village Voice and LA Weekly—both Pulitzer Prize winners. In the 1990s, Howe was president and publisher of Montgomery Newspapers, which were regularly recognized as the best suburban newspapers in the nation. In 1998, the Pennsylvania Newspaper Publisher's Association awarded Howe its inaugural Ben Franklin Award for publishing excellence. Howe began his career as a writer for a number of mid-sized and large daily newspapers, including the Philadelphia Inquirer. His writing was recognized in a series of awards, including the Scripps Howard Public Service Award. In 1986, Howe was awarded the Pulitzer Prize from Columbia University. Howe graduated from the University of Pennsylvania and holds an M.B.A. from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Howe enjoys playing Gypsy Jazz and making furniture.
Dominick Impemba is Treasurer and Chief Financial Officer at The Rockefeller Foundation.
Mr. Impemba is a Certified Public Accountant and Chartered Global Management Accountant with nearly 25 years of experience working with nonprofit organizations. Mr. Impemba is a strategic partner in setting Foundation-wide policies, oversees all aspects of the Foundation’s financial operations globally, including budgeting, tax filings, risk management, compliance and accounting for the Foundation and its $4.4 billion endowment.
Prior to joining The Rockefeller Foundation, Mr. Impemba served as senior audit manager at KPMG LLP in its nonprofit practice, Controller at the Institute of International Education and Audit Manager at Condon O'Meara McGinty and Donnelly, LLP, a public accounting firm dedicated to serving nonprofit organizations.
Mr. Impemba is member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants and serves as a member of the Candid Board of Trustees and is a member of the Audit Committee for Living Cities. He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting from Iona College.
As a Vice President in Walmart’s eCommerce (Central) Operations, Sylvester is in the center of one of the most strategic priorities for the company - intersection of digital and physical retail. Within this space, he previously had divisional responsibility for store pickup field operations across select regions, business development, digital customer experience, new customer propositions, and internal governance management; now he leads last mile delivery, including responsibility for related data/analytics, technology and field operations.
Prior to Walmart, Sylvester had a long career with the international non-profit organization, Enactus, where he was International President and founding head of their Office for Strategic Initiatives. While serving a 3-year term as President of Enactus’ 36-country International Affiliate Division, Sylvester led a network of over 40,000 individuals to increase the overall revenue by 50%, constituent base by 28%, beneficiaries by 60%, and country performance index by 10%, all despite a 20% country reduction resulting from global network consolidation. Previously, while serving as founding head of the International Operations unit, Sylvester and his team developed and rolled out worldwide information systems, processes and online database management tools that still form the backbone of Enactus’ international operations. During his 6-year term as head of its Africa region, he established the continental organization and developed it to where it operated in 12 countries and continues to be the top performing region, based on annual comprehensive in-country performance assessment.
Sylvester graduated from the University of North Florida (UNF) with Bachelor of Business Administration degrees in both Marketing and Management and pursued an MBA at Webster University. Currently a board director of Candid (formerly Foundation Center and GuideStar), he has also served as chairman or director of non-profit organizations in a dozen countries across the world. Sylvester was USA and Ghana Chairman of the world’s largest strategy and management competition, Global Management Challenge, member of the World Economic Forum’s Transformation Leaders (Agriculture) Network, and advisory board member of University of North Florida’s (UNF) Coggin College of Business, Chief Marketing Officer Council, and Russia’s largest university, the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration (RANEPA). He received the Constituency for Africa’s African Pioneer award in 2012 and his Alma Mata, University of North Florida, honored him in 2007 and 2009 with the Outstanding Alumnus of the Year and Prime Osborne Distinguished Business Leader awards, respectively.
A native of Sierra Leone with US dual citizenship, Sylvester has spent more than 10 years living in Ghana and Togo. He and his wife now live in Bentonville, AR with their two daughters.
Susan Kish is a senior executive with extensive experience in building successful businesses, products, services, and teams. She has worked across multiple global industries, e.g., financial services, media, and clean energy, and is a relentless advocate of digital and data literacy. A seasoned entrepreneur, Susan has been successful in bringing new ideas and businesses to life inside large corporations and banks as well as in start-up environments. Susan leverages a wealth of knowledge of strategy, marketing, and digital media as well as product and business development expertise.
Most recently at Bloomberg LP, Susan headed up a cross-platform team and set of initiatives to drive strategy, innovation, and integration across the media, data, and analytical platforms. Innovations to come out of this venture include the birth of “The Year Ahead,” a data-driven media franchise, and the incubation of Bloomberg’s award-winning data visualization team.
Susan previously led market development at New Energy Finance, which was acquired by Bloomberg. In this role, Susan initiated the Bloomberg Future of Energy Summit in 2008—one of the world’s most successful energy conferences—which she continues to moderate for Bloomberg today.
Prior to Bloomberg, Susan was an entrepreneur, founding First Tuesday Zurich in 1999. The business think tank connected start-ups and investors, convened and supported thought leader networks in private banking, emerging technologies, and sustainable energy. After First Tuesday Zurich was acquired in 2006 by the professional online network XING, she established XING’s consulting and advisory business.
Susan started her career as a banker at UBS and Chase. At UBS she built credit businesses in the commodity, brokerage, and municipal finance sectors before moving from New York to Zurich as Global Functional Head of Structured Finance, and member of the Global Credit Risk Committee.
Susan is a trustee and independent director on several boards including Candid, InsideClimate News, and One Month, an online learning platform.
Susan is currently the senior advisor to the chief marketing officer, IWM at Credit Suisse, and the executive-in-residence at Excel Venture Management in Boston. Susan recently joined the faculty at the Pratt Institute’s Design Management Graduate Program as a professor of international business.
Susan graduated from Harvard-Radcliffe College in the history of science, Magna cum Laude, and lives outside of Boston with her family.
Mari Kuraishi is the president of the Jessie Ball duPont Fund, a place-based funder based in Jacksonville, Florida. Prior to heading up the duPont Fund, Mari co-founded GlobalGiving with Dennis Whittle, and served as president until 2018. In 2011, Mari was named one of Foreign Policy’s top 100 Global Thinkers for “crowdsourcing worldsaving.” Before GlobalGiving, she worked at the World Bank, where she managed and created some of the Bank’s most innovative loans. She currently serves as co-chair of the board of Candid and chair of the board of DataKind, and remains on the board of GlobalGiving. In addition to her native Japanese, Mari also speaks Russian, Italian, and French. She has an undergraduate degree in history from Harvard University and did graduate work in Russian and Japanese history and politics at Harvard and Georgetown Universities. Mari also completed the Advanced Management Program at Harvard Business School.
Patrick McCarthy is the former president and CEO of the Annie E. Casey Foundation, a private philanthropy dedicated to helping build better futures for disadvantaged children in the United States. He is a trustee of the Casey Foundation and the Baltimore Community Foundation, chairman of the board of the Jim Casey Youth Opportunities Initiative, an executive committee member for both Living Cities and the East Baltimore Development Initiative, and a trustee on the board of Bryn Mawr College.
Prior to his becoming president and CEO, McCarthy was the Casey Foundation's senior vice president. In that capacity, he oversaw the foundation's work in the areas of health, reproductive health, mental health, substance abuse, juvenile justice, education, early childhood, youth development, child welfare and income security, as well as the foundation's Strategic Consulting Group and the direct service agency, Casey Family Services.
He was the initiative manager for the foundation's Mental Health Initiative for Urban Children, promoting neighborhood-based strategies for improving the emotional well-being of kids and families.
Prior to joining the Casey Foundation, McCarthy was senior program officer at the Center for Assessment and Policy Development, where he worked with foundations, states, and cities on system reform and strategic planning. He served as the director of the Division of Youth Rehabilitative Services; director of the Division of Program Support; administrator of Case Management for the Delaware Department of Services for Children, Youth and Their Families; and director of the Delaware Family Preservation Project. He taught child and family practice, research methods, and statistics at the graduate schools of social work of Bryn Mawr College and the University of Southern California and has experience as a family therapist and administrator in programs for emotionally disturbed youth and drug addicted adults.
McCarthy has a Ph.D. in Social Policy from the Bryn Mawr College Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research and an honorary Doctor of Laws degree from Montclair State University.
Sunand Menon is the founder of New Media Insight, which provides innovation advisory, venture incubation, and growth strategy services to data, media, analytics, and knowledge organizations. He has helped develop new businesses and/or growth strategies for companies such as Thomson Reuters, Boston Globe Media, and Reed Elsevier. He has also served as a member of Scripps Networks' Innovation Advisory Board. As global head of new ventures at Thomson Reuters, he was responsible for incubating new information and analytics businesses. He was the founder and managing director of Thomson Reuters Indices, which he subsequently grew into a multimillion dollar global licensing and subscription business, before integrating his P&L into core Thomson Reuters Financial business. Sunand holds an MBA from the Harvard Business School and an M.Sc and B.Sc in Engineering from Delft University in the Netherlands.
Valdemar de Oliveira Neto ("Maneto") is impact business director of Fundación AVINA, a foundation created by Swiss entrepreneur Stephan Schmidheiny to contribute to sustainable development in Latin America. AVINA promotes sustainable development initiatives by encouraging productive alliances between civil society and business leaders and by fostering convergence around action agendas for social change. Maneto previously served as policy director of the organization. Maneto also serves as CEO of World Transforming Technologies.
Before joining AVINA in 2003, Maneto was founding executive director of Instituto Ethos, a pioneering business membership association which promotes corporate social responsibility in Brazil. Elected as an Ashoka Fellow in 1986, Maneto went on to serve as its vice president from 1994 to 1998 and was responsible for launching Ashoka's Global Fellowship Program for social entrepreneurs. He began his career as a lawyer and was co-founder of the Centro de Cultura Luis Freire, a pioneering organization that defended human rights and provided legal assistance during Brazil's military dictatorship.
Maneto is presently a board member of GIFE, the leading association of Brazilian grantmakers, and serves as a member of the Stakeholder Advisory Panel on General Electric's Corporate Citizenship Report.
Maneto earned a law degree from Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Brazil, in 1982.
Clotilde Perez-Bode Dedecker is president and CEO of the Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo, an organization dedicated to connecting people, ideas, and resources to improve lives in Western New York.
As the chief executive officer at the Community Foundation, Clotilde has led a focused growth and impact strategy. Under her leadership the Community Foundation has facilitated numerous public/private sector collaborations focused on systemics change. These efforts have addressed issues such as school readiness, post-secondary attainment, lead-poisoning prevention, organizational development for arts organizations, and environmental stewardship. Most recently, Clotilde oversaw the Community Foundation’s effort to launch the Say Yes to Buffalo education initiative and the Greater Buffalo Racial Equity Roundtable.
Other service highlights include a White House appointment to the President’s Council on Service and Civic Participation, U.S. Committee co-chair of the United Nations International Year of the Volunteer, and president of the Association of Junior Leagues International. Clotilde has served on numerous boards. Current service includes Candid, CFLeads, FSG, and the Global Fund for Community Foundations.
Clotilde’s work has been recognized by many, including the Points of Light Foundation, the Governor’s Award for Service, the President’s Award for Service, and Buffalo News Citizen of The Year. She holds a master’s degree in education from the State University of New York at Buffalo and is a naturalized U.S. citizen, native of Cuba.
She speaks frequently on philanthropy, community impact, and nonprofit governance.
Katherina ‘Kat’ M. Rosqueta is the founding executive director of the Center for High Impact Philanthropy. Founded as a collaboration between the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Social Policy & Practice and alumni of the Wharton School, the Center for High Impact Philanthropy is the premier source of knowledge and education to help donors around the world do more good.
Before accepting her appointment to launch the Center, Kat was a consultant with McKinsey & Company; a consultant to the founding team of New Schools Venture Fund; founding director of Board Match Plus, a San Francisco program dedicated to strengthening nonprofit boards; and program manager of Wells Fargo’s Corporate Community Development Group.
She has held numerous civic leadership positions including board president of La Casa de las Madres (San Francisco’s oldest and largest shelter for battered women and their children), chair of the United Way’s Bay Area Week of Caring, and co-founder and executive committee member of the Women’s MBA Network. She currently serves on the board of GuideStar, the world’s largest source of information on nonprofits, and co-chairs Greenlight Fund Philadelphia, a venture philanthropy fund dedicated to addressing urgent social needs in Philadelphia.
Her work and comments have been cited in numerous publications including the New York Times, Slate, Money Magazine, and the Wall Street Journal. She speaks frequently on social impact management and philanthropy and has lectured at the Wharton Business School, Stanford Graduate School of Business, University of California Haas School of Business, and the University of San Francisco’s Institute for Nonprofit Organization Management.
Kat received her B.A. cum laude from Yale University, and an M.B.A. from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. She was the 2012 recipient of the Wharton Women in Business Kathleen McDonald Distinguished Alumna Award and a 2011 recipient of the Brava! Women Business Achievement Award. She and her husband Michael Idinopulos live in Philadelphia with their three children.
Now President of Candid, Bradford K. Smith previously joined Foundation Center as its president on October 1, 2008. Prior to that, Brad was president of the Oak Foundation in Geneva, Switzerland, a major family foundation with programs and grant activities in 41 countries in North America, Europe, Africa, Latin America, and South Asia. Prior to joining the Oak Foundation he developed and led the Ford Foundation's Peace and Social Justice Program, the foundation's largest program area. During his 10-year tenure as vice president, he distributed hundreds of millions of dollars to organizations working on issues of human rights, international cooperation, governance, and civil society in the U.S. and around the world.
Brad has devoted his entire career to the philanthropic and nonprofit sectors. He first joined the Ford Foundation as a program officer in its Brazil office before being promoted to representative. Prior to that, he directed the Brazil program of the Inter-American Foundation. At the start of his career, he worked for the YMCA of the USA, both in Costa Rica and New York, where he became manager for world development at its Center for International Management Studies.
Brad serves on the board of directors of the Tinker Foundation and the advisory board of the United Nations Trust Fund for Human Security. He holds an M.A. in economics from the New School for Social Research in New York and a B.A. in anthropology and ethnomusicology from the University of Michigan.
Brian Trelstad is a partner in the United States focusing on Bridges Ventures U.S. operations. Brian has more than 10 years of impact investing experience, having served until 2012 as chief investment officer of Acumen Fund. At Acumen, he oversaw $55 million of investments into companies delivering health, water, energy, and agriculture services to the economic base of the pyramid in South Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa. He was a member of Acumen’s management team and helped build out the network of country operations that worked closely with the entrepreneurs. Brian was also a co-founding board member of the Aspen Network of Development Entrepreneurs (ANDE) and was one of the principal architects of an impact management software tool, Pulse, and the Impact Reporting and Investment Standards (IRIS). Prior to Acumen Fund, Brian worked as a consultant at McKinsey & Company, was a lead environmental staff person at the Corporation for National Service, and was involved in a range of nonprofit and for-profit start-ups. He has an undergraduate degree from Harvard University, an MBA from Stanford’s Graduate School of Business, and an MA in city and regional planning from the University of California at Berkeley. He also teaches social entrepreneurship to MA students at Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School. Brian was the first impact investor to go through the Kauffman Fellows Program of the Center for Venture Education, and is a Henry Crown Fellow of the Aspen Institute.