Meet our Team:
- George Overholser – CEO & Co-Founder
- Richard Edwards – Partner, Capital Markets
- John Grossman – Partner & General Counsel
- Caroline Whistler – Co-Founder & Partner, Advisory Services
- Jeanine Becker – Consultant
- Peter Barth – Director
- Jerry Croan – Senior Fellow
- Alice Phinizy – Manager of Finance & Operations
- Tim Pennell – Associate Director
- Christine Johnson – Associate Director
- Michael Cwidak-Kusbach – Senior Associate
- Liya Shuster – Senior Associate
- Dan Peck – Senior Associate
- Alice Yu – Associate
- Sithara Kodali – Associate
- Emily Fabiaschi – Associate
- Alberto Ramos – Associate
- John Perovich – ProInspire Associate
- Marcia Chong – Analyst, Advisory Services
- Zoe Wong – Analyst
- Nadia Ahmed – Analyst
- Mary Beech – RISE Analyst
- Luigi Crevoisier – RISE Analyst
- Jake Moy – RISE Analyst
- Will Toaspern – RISE Analyst
- Betsy Whittemore – Administration & Finance Manager
George Overholser – CEO & Co-Founder
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For the past ten years, George Overholser has committed himself to the social sector. In 2010, as an Entrepreneur in Residence at New Profit Inc., he co-founded Third Sector Capital Partners. Previously, he founded NFF Capital Partners, a division housed within Nonprofit Finance Fund that has so far helped 16 high-performing nonprofits to secure over $300 million of philanthropic growth capital and continues to operate under the leadership of Craig Reigel. The NFF Capital Partners portfolio has grown its programmatic output five-fold since the investments were made, while also markedly improving metrics of financial sustainability. In 1999, George formed North Hill Ventures, a Boston-based venture capital firm, with $125 million under management, focused on early-stage financial and marketing technology firms. He was a member of Capital One’s founding management team, where he headed up strategy and oversaw the launch of 20 new businesses. George commenced his career as a strategy consultant at Strategic Planning Associates, serving a wide range of Fortune 500 clients.
George is a frequent speaker and writer on the topic of innovation in nonprofit sector finance, having been covered in The Wall Street Journal, The Economist, Business Week and New York Times. He graduated from Harvard College with a degree in Physics and a MBA from Stanford’s Graduate School of Business. George focuses on deal construction, rigorous impact evaluation design, and thought leadership at Third Sector.
“Nonprofit Growth Capital: Building is not Buying” by George Overholser
“The Real Revolution of Pay for Success: Ending 40 Years of Stagnant Results for Communities” by George Overholser and Caroline Whistler, published in the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco’s Community Development Investment Review
Richard Edwards – Partner, Capital Markets
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Rick 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 structuring projects in the private and public sectors with government parties and focused many successful transactions as Global Head of Project Finance and Advisory for JP Morgan Chase. Whether building # 1 market share for the Project Finance business or as CEO of Assurex Global, or as an entrepreneur while at Avcomm, Rick earned a peer reputation for delivering collaborative working groups that strive to reach common private and public goals despite different cultures. Rick has written articles on privatization, been a speaker on project finance drivers to success and volunteered with US AID in teaching investors on using structured finance as a tool.
Rick has a passion for working on child abuse prevention. He has been President and/or board member of numerous civic organizations including Exchange Club Foundation, Pilgrim Towers Housing, Parenting Skills Center, etc. He graduated from Bucknell University with a degree in Business Administration and from the Johnson School of Management at Cornell University with an MBA. He joined Third Sector in 2012 and focuses on raising funding for the new Pay For Success transactions being implemented in the U.S.
John Grossman – Managing Partner & General Counsel
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John joined Third Sector after completing the MIT Sloan Fellows Program in Innovation and Global Leadership. Prior to that, he spent over fifteen years working for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, much of it striving to bring performance management to the state. He most recently served as the Undersecretary for Forensic Science and Technology within the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security (“EOPSS”). In that role, he was responsible for providing strategic leadership to the State Crime Lab, the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, the Criminal Justice Information System, and the Massachusetts 911 Department. Additionally, he supervised the information technology operations of all of the secretariat’s eleven agencies. Prior to joining EOPSS, he served for 12 years in the Office of the Massachusetts Attorney General, leaving as the Deputy Chief of the Criminal Bureau after leading the prosecution of all types of white collar crime and standing up the nation’s first statewide computer crime unit. He is also a member of the Massachusetts Governor’s Performance Advisory Council and the Massachusetts Court Management Advisory Board.
He is a summa cum laude graduate of Boston University School of Law and holds a B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania and an M.B.A. from MIT’s Sloan School of Management. John is the project manager for the pioneering Massachusetts juvenile recidivism PFS project.
Caroline Whistler – Co-Founder & Partner, Advisory Services
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Caroline joined Third Sector Capital Partners after completing a Fulbright Fellowship in Brazil researching nonprofit sustainability with Ashoka and Fundação Getulio Vargas University. Previously she worked at Nonprofit Finance Fund (NFF) Capital Partners, a leader in applying growth metrics and accountability to equity-like financing for high performing nonprofits. While at NFF, Caroline structured growth capital campaigns, conducted economic feasibility analyses and designed scenario planning tools to help raise millions in capital for nonprofits including Health Leads and Year Up. Prior to NFF, she conducted nonprofit analysis, market research and a study on sustainability for a foundation at Community Wealth Ventures, a social enterprise consulting firm. Caroline was a Robertson Scholar at Duke University where she graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a B.A. in Political Science and African Studies. Caroline is based in the San Francisco office and leads the client and government advisory engagements for Third Sector, overseeing feasibility assessments and developing customized PFS arrangements.
“Translating Plain English: Can the Peterborough Social Impact Bond Construct Apply Stateside?” by Drew von Glahn and Caroline Whistler.
“Pay For Success Programs: An Introduction” by Drew von Glahn and Caroline Whistler.
“The Real Revolution of Pay for Success: Ending 40 Years of Stagnant Results for Communities” by George Overholser and Caroline Whistler, published in the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco’s Community Development Investment Review
Jeanine Becker – Consultant
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Jeanine is a partner-level consultant for Third Sector. As a consultant, she develops mission driven leaders who are passionate about making an impact. She coaches, trains and facilitates with a focus on collaborative leadership, empowering her clients to ignite their impact, align their teams and thrive. In addition to teaching Negotiation at Stanford Law School for the last 8 years, she has lectured at Haas Business School and has provided coaching, training & consulting to corporate teams and non-profit organizations. She is an international speaker, and has spoken at Wisdom 2.0, Wisdom 2.0 Business, Emerging Women Live, presented at the American Bar Association’s Alternative Dispute Resolution Conference on insights from neuroscience for teaching negotiation, and co-taught a workshop at Esalen – Discovering Your Path to Authentic Collaborative Relationships. In 2014 Jeanine provided Collaborative Leadership training to 350 civic leaders in Monrovia, Liberia. After receiving her J.D. from Stanford Law School, Jeanine spent over a decade negotiating and leading teams to close thousands of complex commercial transactions for start-ups to Fortune 100 companies – ending her legal practice at Motorola Mobility, then a Google Company. For Third Sector, Jeanine provides onboarding and collaborative leadership training and coaching, serves as the project lead for a PFS intervention to improve outcomes for children with asthma in Alameda County and serves as the project lead for a partnership with the Corporation for Supportive Housing for its 2015 Social Innovation Fund competition.
Peter Barth - Director
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As the Director in Third Sector’s San Francisco office, Peter coordinates the team’s West Coast operations, manages project delivery and advisory services, and develops partnerships with high performing government, nonprofit, and philanthropic organizations. Peter first joined Third Sector in 2013 through New Sector’s Americorps Senior Fellows program while completing a Presidential Scholarship at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. Prior to his work at Harvard, Peter served as Assistant Secretary for Program and Fiscal Affairs at the California Health and Human Services Agency from 2008 to 2012 and Executive Fellow from 2007 to 2008. Appointed by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and reconfirmed by Governor Jerry Brown, Peter coordinated the efforts of more than 18,000 employees in departments with budgets exceeding $10 billion. He served as the Agency coordinator for leadership and workforce development programs, prevention and wellness initiatives, federal stimulus implementation, mental health realignment, and state hospital reorganization. He represented the Governor’s administrations on various councils and boards, including the Strategic Growth Council, California Workforce Investment Board, Health Workforce Development Council, Health in All Policies Task Force, State Council on Developmental Disabilities, and Mental Health Planning Council. Peter previously worked for the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research and the Academy of Business Leadership, and graduated with distinction from the University of Southern California’s Sol Price School of Public Policy and Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government.
Jerry Croan – Senior Fellow
Jerry Croan is a successful entrepreneur with an extensive career working to advance health, education, and social policy and practice. He recently retired from ICF International after 35 years in private and public sector consulting, including 22 years with the highly-regarded firm that he founded and led, Caliber Associates. Mr. Croan is currently working as a consultant for Third Sector Capital Partners on Social Innovation Financing and Pay For Success program development in areas ranging from mental health to child welfare to education. He is also providing strategic advisory services through the National Learning Institute (NLI) to a variety of non-profits, including Communities in Schools, state and local early childhood programs, and youth development programs. From 2005 through 2013, Mr. Croan was Executive Vice President at ICF International, a $1B international consulting organization focused on health and social programs, as well as energy and infrastructure. While at ICF, Mr. Croan directed a major operating group and then led overall Corporate Strategy. During this time, ICF grew nearly 5-fold and was ranked by Boston Consulting Group as the most adaptive US professional services company.
Mr. Croan founded Caliber Associates in 1983 and served as its CEO until its sale to ICF in 2005. Caliber, and subsequently ICF, has been one of the leading US social sector research and consulting firms. It has played a lead role in program strategy development, technical assistance and evaluation for many US national programs, including Race to the Top and Regional Education Laboratories for the Dept of Education; the Child Welfare Gateway, Head Start, the Child Care Bureau, the Office of Family Assistance, and the Centers for Disease Control for the Dept of Health and Human Services; the Office of Justice Programs in DOJ; Job Corps and workforce development initiatives for the Dept of Labor; and the US military’s personnel and family support programs. During this time, Mr. Croan’s innovative thinking about program strategies and evaluation assisted many of Caliber’s clients to demonstrate exceptional results and to evolve and thrive through challenging financial and political environments. Prior to starting Caliber, Mr. Croan spent five years in the PA Dept of Justice, where he led a program evaluation shop and subsequently directed the juvenile justice and delinquency prevention program. He has also served on multiple advisory and governing boards for non-profits and Universities, including many years as an officer on the Board of Child Care Aware of America. Mr. Croan holds Bachelor of Science and Master of City Planning degrees from MIT.
Alice Phinizy – Manager of Finance & Operations
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As the Manager of Finance & Operations, Alice is responsible for overseeing and maintaining Third Sector’s compliance, finance, office, and IT systems. Alice takes an active role in working with federal grants compliance officers, managing the audit, and working closely with external vendors. Prior to Third Sector, Alice managed the finances and operations for the Women’s Institute for Housing & Economic Development, a nonprofit affordable housing developer. Alice holds an MBA and a BS from Bentley University.
Tim Pennell – Associate Director
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As an Associate Director in Third Sector’s Boston office, Tim provides support for Third Sector’s business development initiatives, including development of partnership strategy and management of partner relationships. He is active in the delivery of consulting engagements, coordination of procurement responses, and implementation of marketing activities. Tim initially joined Third Sector as a Summer Associate in 2012 and continued working part-time while he finished his MBA. Prior to Third Sector, Tim served as Development Manager for Winston-Salem Symphony in Winston-Salem, NC where he managed individual giving, grants, and special events. Tim graduated magna cum laude from Vanderbilt University with a B.S. in Human & Organizational Development and a second major in Music, and holds an M.B.A. with honors from Boston University.
Christine Johnson – Associate Director
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As an Associate Director in Third Sector’s San Francisco office, Christine is active in the delivery of consulting engagements, coordination of procurement responses, and implementation of marketing activities and provides support for Third Sector’s internal development. Prior to Third Sector, Christine worked for the Bank of New York Mellon devising new products to support public sector clients and developing thought leadership pieces on macro trends in public finance. In addition, Christine has a long history working with San Francisco institutions. Christine currently serves on the San Francisco Planning Commission. The Planning Commission directs the San Francisco Planning Department and advises the Mayor, Board of Supervisors and City departments on San Francisco’s long-range goals, policies and programs on a broad array of issues related to land use, transportation, and current planning. Additionally, Christine serves as chair of the San Francisco Community Investment Fund (SFCIF) Advisory Board. The SFCIF was formed by the City to apply for and administer New Market Tax Credits and has deployed over $80 million towards projects. Christine also serves on the board of the San Francisco Housing Development Corporation, a non-profit focused on facilitating community financial empowerment and developing affordable housing. Christine graduated from Smith College with a B.S. in Engineering Science.
Michael Cwidak-Kusbach – Senior Associate
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As a Senior Associate in Third Sector’s Boston office, Michael delivers feasibility assessments, technical assistance, and deal construction support to government, nonprofit, and philanthropic clients, while supporting Third Sector’s internal performance management. Michael first joined Third Sector as a 2013 Americorps New Sector Senior Summer Fellow. He is concurrently finishing his MPA at Indiana University’s School of Public and Environmental Affairs, concentrating in both Public Finance and Public Policy Analysis, while pursuing a certificate in Social Entrepreneurship from the Kelley School of Business. Before joining Third Sector, Michael worked for newly elected Mayor Pete Buttigieg in South Bend, IN, where he led a team that found over $2 million in savings from operational improvements and led the development of a city-wide performance management system. Before his work in South Bend, Michael was the Director of the Office of Scheduling and Advance for Mayor Adrian Fenty, in Washington, DC. Michael has worked on presidential, senatorial, state, and local political campaigns and is a graduate of Princeton University with an A.B. in Philosophy.
Liya Shuster - Senior Associate
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As an Associate in Third Sector’s Boston office, Liya delivers feasibility assessment, technical assistance, and deal construction support to government, non-profit, and philanthropic clients. Liya previously worked at Goldman Sachs & Company in New York, where she helped multinational corporations in the technology and consumer retail sectors implement hedging programs to manage currency exposure. She also worked with multinational corporations amidst international expansion in mergers & acquisition deals, quantifying the currency exposure and advising on derivative solutions. Prior to Goldman Sachs, Liya spent a year volunteering at Family Place as a Social Entrepreneurship Fellowship with the Tucker Foundation at Dartmouth College. At Family Place, Liya designed a financial literacy component within the jobs readiness program for single mothers. Liya also tested the Grameen micro lending model in a rural setting, engaging MicroCreditNH to provide a microloan and training for mothers’ pilot hat weaving business. Liya graduated from Dartmouth College with a B.A. in Geography and Government.
Dan Peck – Senior Associate
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As a Senior Associate in Third Sector’s San Francisco office, Dan delivers feasibility assessments, technical assistance, and deal construction support to government, nonprofit, and philanthropic clients. Dan previously worked in London at the management consultancy A.T. Kearney Ltd. where he advised multinational and European clients on a range of strategic, regulatory and operational issues. Dan’s client work incorporated project design, management and implementation components as part of A.T. Kearney’s focus on end-to-end client problem solving. Prior to A.T. Kearney, Dan was an investment banker at Lazard in New York within their Corporate Finance Advisory Group. Dan’s work at Lazard saw him advising multinational clients on their capitalization and acquisition financing strategies. During the height of the 2008 Financial Crisis, Dan was tasked with structuring and modeling the multi-billion dollar private investment securities that were employed to recapitalize such financial institutions as Morgan Stanley and Citigroup. This work saw Dan constructing legal term sheets and participating in negotiating sessions with senior banking officials. Dan graduated magna cum laude from Vanderbilt University with a B.A. in Economics and History, and holds an MBA from the Yale School of Management with a primary focus on Strategy and Social Enterprise.
Alice Yu - Associate
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As an Associate in Third Sector’s San Francisco office, Alice delivers feasibility assessment, technical assistance, and deal construction support to government, non-profit, and philanthropic clients. Alice joined Third Sector after previously working in J.P. Morgan’s Public Finance Investment Banking Department, where she worked with the Housing Group, Northeast Group, and Unemployment Insurance Team to support public sector clients. During her time at J.P. Morgan, Alice helped structure and price over $5 billion of debt on behalf of states as well as issuers in the sectors of affordable housing, higher education, and unemployment insurance. Alice has previously worked with non-profit organizations internationally and domestically focused on economic and social development, environmental sustainability, and political transparency. Alice graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology with degrees in Economics and Management.
Sithara Kodali - Associate
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As an associate in Third Sector’s Boston office, Sithara works on client engagements including feasibility analyses, technical assistance and project construction for clients ranging from non-profit organizations to state and local governments. Sithara previously worked at J.P. Morgan Public Finance in the Midwest Group as an investment banking analyst. In that role, she helped structure and raise over $3 billion in capital for public sector clients including the State of Illinois, State of Louisiana, City of Chicago, Detroit Public Schools, the Michigan Finance Authority, Indiana University, Midway Airport and Detroit Metropolitan Airport. While in college, Sithara also held roles at a lobbying firm in Illinois focused on public transit issues and led a student consulting group to delivered technical assistance to local non-profit organizations including Volunteers of America Illinois. Sithara graduated with honors from the University of Chicago with a degree in economics.
Emily Fabiaschi - Associate
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As an Associate in Third Sector’s San Francisco office, Emily delivers feasibility assessment, technical assistance, and deal construction support to government, non-profit, and philanthropic clients. Emily previously worked at FTI Consulting in New York in the Corporate Finance and Restructuring practice. At FTI, she worked with different stakeholders involved with financially distressed companies in a wide variety of industries. She specialized in lender services, providing assessments on distressed borrower’s operating environment, liquidity position and business plan. Additionally, she worked with FTI’s public sector clients, including a project focused on cost savings and revenue collection for the City of Philadelphia. Emily has previously worked with non-profit organizations internationally and domestically focused on education and economic development. Emily graduated with honors from Boston College with degrees in Finance and Marketing.
Alberto Ramos - Associate
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As a Summer Associate in Third Sector’s San Francisco office, Alberto delivers feasibility assessment, technical assistance and deal construction support to philanthropic, government and non-profit clients. Alberto previously worked at McKinsey & Company in Mexico, where he consulted in corporate strategy, organizational redesign, and market research projects for clients in the private, public and non-profit sectors. He also designed and implemented operations planning and performance management overhauls in private and public enterprises. Aside from his experience in McKinsey, Alberto collaborated with Ashoka to deliver pro-bono strategy consulting to high-performance non-profits, and worked in several public policy impact valuation projects with the EGAP graduate school. Alberto is an MBA student in the Stanford Graduate School of Business, where he serves as co-president of the Social Innovation Club.
John Perovich - Associate, ProInspire Fellow
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John is a ProInspire Fellow in Third Sector’s San Francisco office. Previously, John consulted for nonprofits and social enterprise with Social Enterprise Associates. As a consultant, he developed a SROI model for wetland restoration in the Mississippi River Valley, contributed to Santa Fe County’s “triple bottom line” Economic Development Plan and provided financial modeling and market research for startup social enterprises. In his prior experience, John helped structure over $1.5 billion in consumer credit transactions as an Investment Banking Structuring Analyst at PNC Bank and he managed a small investment portfolio. John earned a M.S. in Financial Engineering from Columbia University and a dual B.S., summa cum laude, in Physics and Applied Mathematics from the University of New Mexico.
Marcia Chong – Analyst, Advisory Services
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Zoe Wong - Analyst
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As an Analyst in Third Sector’s San Francisco office, Zoe provides support on client feasibility assessments and the firm’s West Coast operations. Zoe joined Third Sector in September 2013 as a 2013-2014 AmeriCorps New Sector Alliance RISE Fellow. She has previously worked at UBS on their Philanthropy & Values-Based Investing team in Hong Kong; Shokay, a Shanghai-based social enterprise; and SynTao, a Beijing-based CSR and SRI consulting company. In summer 2011, she completed an independent research project on impact measurement approaches and methodologies involving over 70 impact investing practitioners in New York City, San Francisco, London, and Hong Kong. Zoe also recently founded Revive Foods, a social enterprise dedicated to fighting food waste by recovering surplus produce to create delicious, healthier, and more affordable food products – starting with jam. Zoe graduated magna cum laude from Cornell University with an A.B. in Sociology and Asian Studies, and a minor in Inequality Studies.
Nadia Ahmed - Analyst
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As an Analyst in Third Sector’s San Francisco office, Nadia helps drive forward the firm’s organizational systems improvements, supports Pay for Success project developments, and takes on additional projects as necessary. Prior to Third Sector, she served as a Consulting Fellow for Taproot Foundation’s Advisory Services team in Chicago, contributing to its business development, thought leadership, and knowledge management efforts while connecting corporate resources with nonprofits through pro bono work. She has also worked as a Project Manager at a Chicago-based charter school management organization and interned at several other nonprofits focused on issues such as immigration, healthcare, and labor rights. Nadia graduated from Northwestern University with a B.S. in Social Policy and a minor in Global Health.
Mary Beech – RISE Analyst
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Mary serves in the Boston office as a 2014-2015 AmeriCorps New Sector Resident in Social Enterprise (RISE) Analyst. She previously interned in Ethiopia with a USAID market development project focused on dairy, livestock, and meat holistic value chain development. In this position, she interviewed project staff, partners, clients, and beneficiaries to collect information on project outcomes and collaborated with the monitoring and evaluation team to evaluate the public relations potential of performance indicators. In prior summers, Mary interned with USAID’s Economic Growth, Education, and Environment Bureau in Washington D.C. At Tufts, Mary founded a volunteer program at a Boys and Girls Club, bringing over 20 new tutors and volunteers to the Club. Mary graduated magna cum laude from Tufts University with a B.A. in economics.
Luigi Crevoisier – RISE Analyst
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Luigi is a 2014-15 AmeriCorps New Sector Resident in Social Enterprise (RISE) Analyst serving in the San Francisco office. Prior to his current position, Luigi worked at Adiligy as an Investment Banking Analyst focusing on middle market IT and healthcare businesses. In this position, he supported deals by creating valuation models and presentations for clients. At university, Luigi worked as an intern for the Ministry of Economy and Finance as well as the Ministry of Health on proposals for inclusiveness of small and medium businesses in the capital markets and health centers operations respectively. He also participated in Cornell in Washington program where he wrote a policy paper on health insurance disparities among Hispanics in the United States and worked at the American Enterprise Institute’s Economic Policy Division performing econometric analysis on a variety of studies. Luigi graduated from Cornell University’s with a B.S. in Applied Economics and Management..
Jake Moy – RISE Analyst
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Jake serves in the San Francisco office as a 2014-15 AmeriCorps New Sector Resident in Social Enterprise (RISE) Analyst. At university, Jake helped direct Georgetown University’s Social Innovation & Public Service (SIPS) Fund, a $1.25 million student-led initiative that strategically invests in and supports student and alumni ventures that have a social impact and serve the public good. He most recently worked as a consulting analyst in New York City where he helped analyze and design executive compensation programs and co-authored a report assessing the linkages between performance and shareholder voting patterns amongst S&P 500 companies. Previously, he also interned for the U.S. Overseas Private Investment Corp. (OPIC), the U.S. government’s development finance institute. Jake graduated magna cum laude from Georgetown University’s Walsh School of Foreign Service with a B.S. in International Politics and a certificate in International Business Diplomacy.
Will Toaspern – RISE Analyst
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Will is a 2014-2015 Americorps New Sector Resident in Social Enterprise (RISE) Analyst serving in Third Sector Capital Partner’s Boston office. During the summer of 2013, Will worked at the Department of Finance at the City of Denver where he assisted the Harvard Kennedy School of Government SIB Lab’s Government Innovation fellow in his efforts to implement a Pay for Success funded intervention in Denver. Specifically, he conducted a feasibility assessment in the issue area of Early Childhood Education. During his time at Stanford University, Will completed an internship at the Department of Interior with the office of the Assistant Secretary for Water and Science and was president of the Stanford Outdoor Outreach Program. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a B.A. in American Studies and a minor in Economics.
Betsy Whittemore – Administration & Finance Manager
Betsy currently provides small business administration to non-profit and healthcare companies. Formerly a marketing communications consultant, she worked on numerous advertising, public relations, event planning, and corporate projects across various industries, working with start-ups, corporations, and non-profits. Betsy is a graduate of the University of Virginia with a B.A. in Sociology, Emerson College with a M.A. in Marketing Communications – Advertising and Boston University with a Certificate in Financial Planning.