Katie Hoffman   Katie Hoffman is a financial innovator and entrepreneur. She is Co-Founder and CEO of Resco, LLC, a firm that accelerates investment opportunities for climate innovation. Ms. Hoffman played an integral role in passing policies that influenced the University of California, CalPERs and CalSTRs to shift billions of dollars toward sustainable investment. She was a managing partner at Etho Capital and an Entrepreneur in Residence at the California Clean Energy Fund. Katie currently sits as co-chair of the Nexus Global Energy Innovation and Environment Group, and a trustee of the American Renewable Energy Institute. 

Katie Hoffman

Katie Hoffman is a financial innovator and entrepreneur. She is Co-Founder and CEO of Resco, LLC, a firm that accelerates investment opportunities for climate innovation. Ms. Hoffman played an integral role in passing policies that influenced the University of California, CalPERs and CalSTRs to shift billions of dollars toward sustainable investment. She was a managing partner at Etho Capital and an Entrepreneur in Residence at the California Clean Energy Fund. Katie currently sits as co-chair of the Nexus Global Energy Innovation and Environment Group, and a trustee of the American Renewable Energy Institute. 

Ryan Kushner   Ryan is focused making the world work for 100% of humanity, using the power of cleantech to create a healthier, more just, prosperous and safer world. He works with Energy Excelerator, the nation's largest clean energy accelerator, funded by the US Navy, Department of Defense, Department Of Energy, GE Ventures, major utilities and others. They invest $1M per company to scale renewable energy, water, sustainable agriculture and food, cybersecurity, and innovative mobility solutions. 

Ryan Kushner

Ryan is focused making the world work for 100% of humanity, using the power of cleantech to create a healthier, more just, prosperous and safer world. He works with Energy Excelerator, the nation's largest clean energy accelerator, funded by the US Navy, Department of Defense, Department Of Energy, GE Ventures, major utilities and others. They invest $1M per company to scale renewable energy, water, sustainable agriculture and food, cybersecurity, and innovative mobility solutions. 

Corie Radka   Corie has directed over 15 regional and statewide campaigns, with expertise in capital campaigns and more than a decade of experience. She is a co-founding partner and COO of ResCo LLC.  Prior,  she taught an applied course on community development and campaign strategy at UC Berkeley. Corie's passion for climate innovation stems from her original career trajectory as a wildlife conservationist. Corie conducted on-site wildlife research in South Africa, before returning to UC Santa Barbara to finish her degree in Zoology and Environmental Science, where her award-winning research on climate lifecycle analysis was published in the Environmental Science and Technology in 2011.

Corie Radka

Corie has directed over 15 regional and statewide campaigns, with expertise in capital campaigns and more than a decade of experience. She is a co-founding partner and COO of ResCo LLC.  Prior,  she taught an applied course on community development and campaign strategy at UC Berkeley. Corie's passion for climate innovation stems from her original career trajectory as a wildlife conservationist. Corie conducted on-site wildlife research in South Africa, before returning to UC Santa Barbara to finish her degree in Zoology and Environmental Science, where her award-winning research on climate lifecycle analysis was published in the Environmental Science and Technology in 2011.

 
Savannah Miller   As founder of the online magazine www.sustainable-directions.com, Savannah communicates climate science and policy in a way that is compelling, fresh and new.  Savannah is currently Development Associate for Resilience Collaborative, LLC and has previously held appointments with the United Nations Development Programme and the City of Atlanta. Savannah is pursuing her Masters in Public Administration within environmental sciences and policy at Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs and The Earth Institute. Savannah holds a dual degree in Environmental Sciences and Creative Writing from Emory University. 

Savannah Miller

As founder of the online magazine www.sustainable-directions.com, Savannah communicates climate science and policy in a way that is compelling, fresh and new.  Savannah is currently Development Associate for Resilience Collaborative, LLC and has previously held appointments with the United Nations Development Programme and the City of Atlanta. Savannah is pursuing her Masters in Public Administration within environmental sciences and policy at Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs and The Earth Institute. Savannah holds a dual degree in Environmental Sciences and Creative Writing from Emory University. 

 
Evan Steiner   Prior to developing the Finance the Future Ecosystem Database, Evan worked at several leading social enterprise and impact investing organizations in the Bay Area, including The Impact Hub and Social Capital Markets (SOCAP). While there, he focused on supporting early-stage social entrepreneurs, impact investors, and mission-driven companies to better achieve their goals. Evan holds an MBA in Social Finance from Oxford University, and holds a Bachelors in Music from Indiana University and a Masters in Environmental Management from UMUC. 

Evan Steiner

Prior to developing the Finance the Future Ecosystem Database, Evan worked at several leading social enterprise and impact investing organizations in the Bay Area, including The Impact Hub and Social Capital Markets (SOCAP). While there, he focused on supporting early-stage social entrepreneurs, impact investors, and mission-driven companies to better achieve their goals. Evan holds an MBA in Social Finance from Oxford University, and holds a Bachelors in Music from Indiana University and a Masters in Environmental Management from UMUC. 

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    Bobbi is an Australian social entrepreneur, angel investor and mentor living in San Francisco who has worked at the nexus of water, food & climate security for the past 15 years. As a Founding Member & Strategic Director of the Global Peace Index published by The Economist annually since 2009, Bobbi worked closely with Heads of State, Nobel Peace Laureates, CEOs of Fortune 100 companies, renowned humanitarians & celebrities.  She recently compiled a comprehensive report on Post Harvest Food Loss in Emerging Economies and its relationship to Food Security & was named one of 50 Global Achievers by the Australian Government for her outstanding work in the water security sector. 

Bobbi Dunphy

Bobbi is an Australian social entrepreneur, angel investor and mentor living in San Francisco who has worked at the nexus of water, food & climate security for the past 15 years. As a Founding Member & Strategic Director of the Global Peace Index published by The Economist annually since 2009, Bobbi worked closely with Heads of State, Nobel Peace Laureates, CEOs of Fortune 100 companies, renowned humanitarians & celebrities.  She recently compiled a comprehensive report on Post Harvest Food Loss in Emerging Economies and its relationship to Food Security & was named one of 50 Global Achievers by the Australian Government for her outstanding work in the water security sector. 

 
Logan Yonavjak   Logan has worked with a variety of investment firms on a suite of projects ranging from ESG product development, the development of social and environmental impact metrics methodologies, and a variety of renewable energy and conservation finance deals. Before CREO Syndicate, she worked at Morgan Stanley's Institute for Sustainable Investing, Align Impact, and the Yale Investments Office. Logan received her B.A. with Distinction from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Logan is a Startingbloc Fellow, a Property and Environment Research (PERC) Fellow and a Kinship Fellow and has also been a freelance writer for Ashoka Changemakers, Forbes, ImpactAlpha, Nextbillion and TriplePundit. Logan received her Masters in Forestry and MBA (with a concentration in Asset Management) from Yale in 2016.

Logan Yonavjak

Logan has worked with a variety of investment firms on a suite of projects ranging from ESG product development, the development of social and environmental impact metrics methodologies, and a variety of renewable energy and conservation finance deals. Before CREO Syndicate, she worked at Morgan Stanley's Institute for Sustainable Investing, Align Impact, and the Yale Investments Office. Logan received her B.A. with Distinction from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Logan is a Startingbloc Fellow, a Property and Environment Research (PERC) Fellow and a Kinship Fellow and has also been a freelance writer for Ashoka Changemakers, Forbes, ImpactAlpha, Nextbillion and TriplePundit. Logan received her Masters in Forestry and MBA (with a concentration in Asset Management) from Yale in 2016.

Lauren Carter   Lauren specializes in connecting climate change projects to capital, building capacity for climate finance and creating public-private partnerships and other innovative climate finance mechanisms for Africa. Based in Morocco, she also serves as the Director of Climate Finance Initiatives for BEYA Capital, climate finance advisors for the Moroccan COP 22 Presidency. She brings more than 5 years of field experience designing, implementing and financing agriculture and environmental adaptation projects across Africa. Lauren has an MBA from HEC Paris with a Certificate in Social Enterprises. Her undergraduate degree is in Geography, French and Environmental Biology from The University of Texas at Austin.

Lauren Carter

Lauren specializes in connecting climate change projects to capital, building capacity for climate finance and creating public-private partnerships and other innovative climate finance mechanisms for Africa. Based in Morocco, she also serves as the Director of Climate Finance Initiatives for BEYA Capital, climate finance advisors for the Moroccan COP 22 Presidency. She brings more than 5 years of field experience designing, implementing and financing agriculture and environmental adaptation projects across Africa. Lauren has an MBA from HEC Paris with a Certificate in Social Enterprises. Her undergraduate degree is in Geography, French and Environmental Biology from The University of Texas at Austin.