Natasha has a Masters of Public Administration in Economic and Political Development focused on Africa from Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs. Over the last several years Natasha has worked in Ethiopia and Rwanda with African private equity funds and has worked with Innovations for Poverty Action to study the effects of low-wage labor on individuals in Ethiopia. Prior to this, Natasha spent two years as an investment banking analyst at UBS Investment Bank, where she focused on cross-border merger, acquisition and financing transactions. Natasha received a B.Comm from Queen's School of Business, where she studied finance.
Rahima is completing a Master in International Affairs at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs, with a focus on economic and political analysis in social policy. Prior to this, Rahima spent four years working in various capacities at Soliya, an international nonprofit organization working to improve relations between Western and predominantly Muslim societies by enabling youth to participate in cross-cultural dialogue and education. She received a B.A. from Clark University, where she studied international relations and development.
Amy is currently completing her Masters in Business Administration from Columbia University’s Business School. Before business school, Amy worked in marketing and fundraising for Lenox Hill Neighborhood House, a 117-year-old social service agency on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, where she launched a social media campaign and developed integrated marketing plans for multi-million dollar fundraising targets.
David is currently completing his Masters in Business Administration from Columbia University’s Business School and working part-time B Lab, a nonprofit organization working to support the impact investment industry. David spent eight years in investment banking and private equity.
Eric is an investment analyst in the Special Situations Group at Goldman Sachs. He received an A.B. from Harvard college where he concentrated in Philosophy and Economics.
Arielle Patrick works in the Corporate and Crisis Communications division at the New York office of Weber Shandwick, of Interpublic Group (IPG). She is a financial services team member in the Corporate Practice, handling business-to-business, issues and reputation management communications for clients, including Goldman Sachs Asset Management. Arielle graduated in 2012 from Princeton University, where she studied Latin language, Ancient Greek, Roman and Hellenic history.