associate board members
Alex Schilling has over a decade of investment management and business development experience. He is currently a senior consultant for Chelsworth Consulting, a UK based business development company, where he helps companies grow profitably. Previously Alex was an investment analyst for Z Capital Partners and CIT Group. Alex holds a B.S. from Northeastern University and is a CFA charter holder.
Christina Huang is an Assistant Director at Columbia Business School. She has spent over 8 years among public, nonprofit, and private sector organizations, working with stakeholders on youth engagement and student-centered education across North America and Asia. Christina studied Social Innovation Management in São Paulo, and she graduated from University of California Los Angeles with a B.A. in Business Economics and Education Studies.
Colby Hussong, CPA, is currently a staff accountant at iCapital Network. She is a part of the fast growing Fin-tech company and a member of the inaugural Philanthropy board at iCapital. Prior to this she worked as an audit associate at Grant Thornton LLP in the financial services industry. She is a recent graduate from Hofstra University where she was a member of the Women’s Field Hockey Team.
Crystal is currently a Digital Product Manager at Daily Harvest, a food subscription startup. Previously, she worked in product at a media startup and in consulting at Strategy& (Formerly Booz & Company). She graduated from University of Pennsylvania with a degree in Networked and Social Systems Engineering.
Ibitola Adesuyi graduated from Emory University with a Bachelor's degree in Economcs & International Studies. Upon graduation, she worked at Bloomberg for three years specializing in exchange pricing and fixed income corporate actions. Now, she works as an investment advisor at McKinsey & Company.
Phoebe Do is an Analytics Consultant at Deloitte & Touche. She specializes in data & analytics strategy for state governments, assisting her clients to monitor human services and health care programs. Outside of her profession, she has been an entrepreneur, researcher and program coordinator for various international development initiatives across different countries.
Rachel Ellison joined the Impact Network's Associate Board because of her desire to be part of positive social change on a global scale. Currently, Rachel is a grant writer and nonprofit consultant in Washington, DC. Prior to this, Rachel earned a BA in Public Health from the University of Rochester and conducted her own anthropological research in Malawi. Her work in that region inspired to get involved in Impact Network's work.
Rory Shepard is an impact investment professional with four years of experience working across the social, sustainable and energy finance sectors—specifically with PG Impact, Impact Amplifier and Lazard. Rory graduated from Georgetown University where he received his BSBA in Finance and Management from the McDonough School of Business.
Sarah Robb is a full-time freelance copywriter and designer based in Brooklyn. Self-employed for over five years now, Sarah has worked with brands like Lenovo, IBM, Spectrum, Girl Scouts of America, cleancult, GLIDR, Mati Energy, Currant, and more. She’s passionate about startups, mission-driven business initiatives and when she has time for a creative hiatus, traveling.
Urvashi Banerjea is a Finance Professional with a passion for Development and Impact. Graduating with a double major in Political Science and International Studies from The College of New Jersey, Urvashi has worked for major Financial corporations including Bloomberg and her current role at the Intercontinental Exchange. Urvashi's professional experiences specializing in Derivatives and risk analysis have been critical to further developing a passion for international development in terms of how to make smarter investments in developing nation through risk management and loan structuring. Urvashi hopes to continue to pursue her passion for sustainable finance while also being involved in organizations like Impact Network to marry the two worlds of Finance and Development.