We are investing in Pay for Success partnerships to test new ways of investing in human capital, and to develop a commercially viable market for doing so.
Eileen Neely led Living Cities' Capital Innovation work. She managed the Catalyst Fund and was pivotal in Living Cities efforts to explore and test Pay For Success financing models.
Third Sector Capital Partners, Inc.
John Grossman is Partner and General Counsel at Third Sector Capital Partners, Inc. a nonprofit advisory firm that works with government, service providers, and funders to develop and launch Pay for Success projects.
Juan Sebastian is a Graduate Student Researcher at Government Alliance on Race and Equity. He formerly led the field building and knowledge work for Collective Impact and supports meaning making across the portfolio.
Nadia leads Living Cities' racial equity and inclusion, knowledge management, and research portfolios.
The Reinvestment Fund (TRF)
Andy Rachlin oversees business development, underwriting and transaction structuring across the asset classes in which TRF invests, with a particular focus on short and medium-term debt instruments. He also takes an active role in new product develo…
Ellen spearheads board and member relations, pursues new relationships with funders, governmental organizations and private sector organizations, and oversees the launch of new projects and special initiatives that address emerging gaps in the field…
Tiffany is a former Public Sector Innovation Associate at Living Cities.
Elizabeth Vargas managed Living Cities’ social media and web strategies. She brings an enthusiasm for integrating digital media and traditional communications to drive social change.
Ben Hecht is the President and CEO of Living Cities, a collaborative of 18 of the world’s leading foundations and financial institutions who work together to boldly fight poverty in America’s cities.
Sindhu Lakshmanan focuses primarily on Pay for Success. She also supports the management of Living Cities' Catalyst and Blended Catalyst Funds.
Eric Letsinger is the Founder and President of Quantified Ventures, whose mission is to simplify access to impact capital in order to scale innovations that drive true social and environmental change.
Third Sector Capital Partners
Celeste leads Third Sector’s Social Innovation Fund projects, coordinating and providing technical assistance across all SIF sub-grantees.
Green & Healthy Homes Initiative
Andrew is a Social Innovation Specialist and the GHHI lead for health policy and investor relations work for their Social Innovation portfolio, inclusive of 12 Pay for Success projects.
Annie Dear is an Associate at Social Finance
Demetric Duckett is a thought-leader in the domestic impact investing field, accelerating the adoption of innovative financing for the benefit of BIPOC and low-income people and the communities in which they live.
Brian supported the Capital Innovation team on portfolio management and due diligence work for Living Cities impact investments.
Rick is a Partner at Third Sector Capital Partners, Inc. He has has led project and business development efforts for investment banking, insurance brokerage and entrepreneurial businesses for over 20 years. He has extensive global experience in stru…
At Living Cities, Tynesia worked with cities across the country to ensure that investment led to measurable impact.
Elizabeth is Associate Director of Public Sector Innovation. She works on the development of public sector strategies to foster promising public practices and accelerate the uptake of innovation across the country.
Mark Kim is Chief Financial Officer for DC Water where he is responsible for financial management and policies. He has spent the last decade in the public finance industry, previously serving as New York City's Assistant Comptroller for Public Finan…
Trent Van Alfen joined GHHI in June 2015 as Social Innovation Specialist.
Casey A. Littlefield is a Director of Social Investment at Social Finance
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