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Alexandra Rizzi


Alexandra (Kobishyn) Rizzi is the Deputy Director of the Smart Campaign and works closely with the Director on Campaign strategy, communications and management. Prior to joining Accion, Alex was a Project Development Manager at Innovations for Poverty Action where she helped create the Microsavings and Payments Innovation Initiative (now part of the Global Financial Inclusion Initiative), a research fund focused on rigorous impact evaluations of savings products and payment systems. She has also worked at the Centre for Micro Finance at IFMR Research in Chennai India, where she was the Head of Knowledge Management and Dissemination and contributed to the launch of the Microfinance Researchers Alliance Programme (MRAP).

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Allie Sutton


Conscious Equity Partners is an investment firm that invests long-term capital and provides operational expertise to mature conscious businesses. We are a home for Conscious Businesses looking for a like-minded partner that can add strategic value. Our firm invests our families’ capital as well as capital from wealthy individuals and family offices that invest alongside us. Collectively we have 25+ years of experience creating, building and managing companies. We define a conscious company as a company that operates foremost from their sense of higher purpose and passion, which results in healthy, long-term profits, while treating their employees, customers, suppliers, environment and other stakeholders with love. Our Purpose is to make the world a better place by helping conscious companies flourish.

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Amy Lockwood


Amy Lockwood is the Deputy Director of the Center for Innovation in Global Health at Stanford University, where she supports the design and implementation of innovative healthcare solutions by students and faculty members. She is also the co-founder of RIVET, an organization to support social entrepreneurs with health care solutions designed for emerging economies. She has worked at the intersection of business and global health since 2006, through several leadership positions in non-profit organizations and foundations with operations across India, Sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America. Her experience with patients, healthcare providers, facility administrators, business owners, and government officials in these regions has shaped her perspective on innovation and effective implementation of healthcare solutions. Before beginning her career in international development and global health, Ms. Lockwood was a strategy consultant with a focus on branding and communications.

Investors: Website: http://sneakpeek.iamriveted.com/?r=http://socialcapitalmarkets.net/tag/incubator/ Email:

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Bill Hazelton


Senior leader and professional service industry expert with years of high impact results in all size enterprises. Passionate leader who stimulates revenue and profit growth through action. Innovative strategist able to revitalize market strategies and establish deep, enduring client relationships. Inspirational change agent; a catalyst for unifying cross-functional teams and delivering results.

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David Saltzman


Mr. David Saltzman has been the Executive Director of Robin Hood since 1989. Prior to joining Robin Hood, Mr. Saltzman served as the Special Assistant to the President of the Board of Education of the City of New York for three years. Before working at the Board of Education, he ran AIDS education programs for the New York City Department of Health. Mr. Saltzman began his career in public service working with homeless families for the Human Resources Administration of the City of New York, the city's Department of Social Services. Mr. Saltzman earned a Masters of Public Policy and Administration from Columbia University and a Bachelors degree from Brown University. In 2001, Mr. Saltzman was named as one of Time Magazine's 100 Innovators.

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Drew Tulchin


Drew Tulchin has 16 years experience building start-ups and growing organizations. Specialization is in the 'triple bottom line' - market driven business success that generates social, community, and environmental value. Consulting experience includes with Native American Tribes and in 40+ countries from A (Afghanistan) to Z (Zambia). Drew brings 100+ engagements in local community, economic & environmental betterment. Consulting topics: international aid, raising capital, fund raising, finance, for-profit start-ups, philanthropy, government/donors, and NGO social enterprises. Core skills include business / strategic planning, raising capital, marketing, monitoring & evaluation, training, feasibility / market studies, and program management. Recent capital raises for companies, non-profits and CDFIs (US microfinance): Meow Wolf, Ohkay Owingeh Housing Authority in NM, US MFI from the U.S. Dept. of Treasury, Koolkids in Vietnam, Solar and Energy Loan Fund (SELF) in Florida, and Sea2Table in NY. Efforts for Alan Webber for Governor of NM raised $1 million in 5 months.

Investors: Website: http://upspringassociates.com Email: [email protected]

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GABRIELA ENRIGUE


Since June 2008, Gabriela has been consulting for the World Bank Group in the Finance and Private Sector Development Division, where she collaborates with the Doing Business project. She has worked in countries including Colombia, Kenya, Indonesia, the Phillippines and Pakistan, to improve commercial regulations and foster entrepreneurship and Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) growth. In 2008, she co-founded CREA, a non-profit focused on empowering women entrepreneurs in rural Mexico. In 2009 she founded PROSPERA, a social enterprises offering low cost supplies for microenterprises, where she is in charge of strategic partnerships, fundraising, finance and leading the PROSPERA team to begin formal operations by the beginning of 2010. She has received the Banamex National Economics Award (2006), is an Echoing Green Fellow for social entrepreneurship (2008) and received the Architect of the Future 2009. Ms. Enrigue received her Master of Public Policy degree from the University of California, Berkeley’s Goldman School of Public Policy in 2008. She also holds undergraduate degrees in both Economics and Political Science from the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM).

Investors: Website: http://www.prosperando.org/ Email: [email protected]

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Joseph Thompson


Joseph is the CEO of AIDTech. He combines a background in management consultancy with considerable expertise in strategic IT management. Holding 2 IT related degrees a strategic management Masters degree and an MBA from Manchester university Joseph has a wealth of practical and theoretical knowledge. Joseph is also currently undertaking the world s first master s degree in Digital Currency via the University of Nicosia in Cyprus. Joseph has previously worked in senior roles for Bearing Point Ericsson The Litmus Group and AIB. Joseph had the vision to create a company that can be profitable as well as socially responsible. Harnessing cutting edge technology and making the experience as seamless as possible for the unbanked and digitally under served has been Joseph s objective from day one.

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Laura Tomasko


As a network developer at the Council on Foundations, Laura tracks philanthropic trends and builds relationships with leaders advancing the common good across sectors. In her capacity as network developer, she leads an impact investing initiative and regularly interacts with those interested in the changing landscape of social good. Previously as manager of public-philanthropic partnerships, she built the capacities of federal agencies interested in partnering with foundations. Before joining the Council, her philanthropy experience included operations work at Grantmakers for Effective Organizations and grantmaking at the Central New York Community Foundation. At the community foundation, she evaluated grant applications and coordinated a leadership development program for local residents. She gained programmatic development and evaluation experience when she helped launch and manage a youth development program at The Children’s Aid Society in New York City.

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Marina Kim


Marina’s work in social entrepreneurship dates back over a decade. She started at Stanford University, leading the Future Social Innovators’ Network, the Social Entrepreneurs’ Challenge, and co-founding the university’s first minor in social innovation. Since then, Marina co-founded and leads Ashoka U, working with campuses to embed social innovation as an educational focus and core value of the university culture. Marina’s work has been featured on Social Edge, change.org, in the Chronicle of Higher Education and the New York Times. Marina was named in the Forbes 30 under 30 for Social Entrepreneurship, recognizing her work with Ashoka U.

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Megan Mukuria


Megan Mukuria is Chief Executive Officer at ZanaAfrica.

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Michael Walden


Michael Walden is a Partner of Rethink Education. He is also the Chief Operating Officer of Seavest Investment Group. Michael joined Seavest in 2011 and has over 15 years of experience establishing, operating and growing businesses in a variety of industries. This includes operating positions in venture-funded growth companies in the technology and telecommunications sectors. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of portfolio companies, Everfi and Neverware. He is the Chairman of Practice Makes Perfect, a NYC based summer school and mentoring non-profit. Prior to joining Seavest, Michael was a Managing Director at Potomac Media Partners, a corporate development advisory services firm. Prior to Potomac, he served as Executive Vice President of Corporate Development at InPhonic, Inc. where he was responsible for strategic partnerships, financings, business development and M&A activities. Michael began his career in Washington, D.C. serving on the legislative staff of U.S. Senator Arlen Specter. Mr. Walden received a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from the University of Richmond.

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Sara Beaini


Sara is very passionate about developing and implementing affordable energy-efficient technologies and renewable energy resources, especially for developing countries. Coming from Lebanon, she has witnessed, experienced and has had to adapt to the struggles of limited water and power resources. I strive for sustainable and affordable innovation that provides environmental and social harmony. She earned a B.S. in General Engineering at Harvey Mudd College. Sara just completed her M.S. & Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering at UC Berkeley with an emphasis on thermal sciences applied to energy resources.She and her team at SolWorks have been working together for five years tackling the quest for affordable solar water heating.

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Niall Dennehy


Niall is the Chief Operations Officer at AIDTech. Niall has a background in software design & development. Niall co founded a number of companies including Imprez PresX and most recently AIDTech. Niall combines his unique skill sets in design & development with proven business acumen. Niall has led the design and development of numerous award winning apps and platforms and is employing these same skills to make the AIDTech platform one of the world s best. Niall is also an avid endurance athlete and has completed numerous marathons ultra marathons and IronMan triathlons.

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Nick Vilelle


Nick is an Organizational Psychologist who has spent the past decade working with nonprofit organizations in Africa and the United States. Through Nick’s Peace Corps and AmeriCorps service and his work at TechnoServe, Nick has aided and advised with the founding and operation of hundreds of small businesses. Concerned about current funding sources, he identified the potential for the CAUSE model to improve efficiency in both charitable giving and grassroots development.

Investors: Website: http://www.causedc.org/ Email: [email protected]

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Sarah Di Troia


Sarah has spent her career investing in and advising start-up and high growth organizations and loves the combustion of innovation and energy of entrepreneurs. Sarah joins Health Leads after serving on the Board of Directors for four years representing the investment of New Profit, a venture philanthropy fund focused on scaling nonprofit organizations. Sarah was a Managing Partner at New Profit where she lead investment selection and launched the Pathways Fund, a youth development focused $50 million philanthropy fund in partnership with the federal Social Innovation Fund, a special initiative within the Corporation for National and Community Service. Sarah worked as an Associate Director at The Center for Effective Philanthropy (CEP), a nonprofit dedicated to assessing and improving the overall performance of philanthropic foundations, before joining New Profit. Prior to her role at CEP, she was a Principal at Axxon Capital, a fund focused on exploring the market opportunity in the deficit of equity investments in women and minority-led companies. Sarah has also worked as a Principal at the Parthenon Group, where she was an advisor to entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs inside of large companies launching new businesses. Sarah graduated cum laude from Dartmouth College with a B.A. in history with honors and went on to earn a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Harvard Business School in 1998.

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Sanga Moses


Sanga is a devoted social entrepreneur who has committed himself to bettering the lives of his countrymen. His vision is to provide clean, inexpensive cooking energy to all Ugandans while improving socioeconomic outcomes and reversing deforestation. A former corporate accountant, Sanga is a graduate of Business Administration at Makerere University, Kampala and has started three successful enterprises before EFA that currently employ over 120 people in Uganda. Sanga is a TED Fellow, 2012; a Community Solutions Fellow, 2012 and an Unreasonable Institute Fellow, 2011. In January, 2009, Sanga travelled from Kampala where he worked as an accountant in a top bank to go and visit his mother in his home village in Western Uganda. On his way home, Sanga met his 12 year old sister carrying a huge bundle of firewood on her head. She had missed school that day and walked for 10 kilometers to gather firewood for his family. When his sister saw him, she started crying and told him that she was tired of missing school to gather wood. This troubled Sanga so much because he paid school fees for his sister and wanted her to get an education. Sanga immediately decided to quit his secure job with just $500 in savings to totally focus on finding a solution to overdependence on fuel-wood in Uganda so that poor girls like his sister could stay in school.

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Stephen Alexander


Stephen has been appointed as a Non-executive Director of Dairy Crest in January 2011, Stephen is Chairman of Immediate Media Company Ltd., a multi platform magazine publisher, Look ahead Housing and Care, a London based charity and "rhubarb" food design Ltd., a premium catering business. He is also an operating partner at OpCapita LLP.

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Cassandra Staff


Cassandra Staff is the Chief Operating Officer for Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship at Santa Clara University home of the GSBI

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