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Ellen Hunter is the Founder and CEO of Impactive. She was previously a Principal at the Boston Consulting Group. Ellen has an MBA from the Wharton School and a BA from Brown University.
Chintan Maru is CEO of Maru Consulting. He was previously a Senior Engagement Manager at McKinsey and Company, with a focus on the Social Sector and Health Systems.
Abi Okeowo is Principal of Okeowo & Company. She is an experienced strategic adviser with prior experience as a consultant at McKinsey & Company and in finance at Goldman Sachs. Abi advises a diverse set of Impact Investing clients and Social Venture Capital firms. She has an MBA from the Wharton School and a BS in Engineering from The University of Pennsylvania.
Chuck Rose is a recognized leader in building capability, organizational effectiveness, and talent management. Chuck has over 25 years of experience working globally across the public, private, and non-profit sectors, and with companies ranging from start-ups to Fortune 10 multi-national organizations. Chuck attended Cornell and Emory & Henry College.
Diana Ye advises Impactive on product design and strategy. She has worked on products for early stage startups and enterprise companies all around the world. Diana has a BS in Brain and Cognitive Sciences from MIT.
Amélie is an Intern at Impactive. She graduated from Brown University in May 2018, and has a passion for international affairs, public policy, science and social innovation. She is the co-founder and CEO of a startup, called Formally, and has a BA in International Relations.
Anna Corradi is an Intern at Impactive. She is a junior at Brown University with an interest in the nonprofit sector and in international relations. Anna is double majoring in Economics and History.
Board of Advisors
Helene Gayle is the President and CEO of the Chicago Community Trust. Dr Gayle was previously the CEO of the McKinsey Social Initiative and of CARE USA, a leading international humanitarian organization. An expert on global development, humanitarian and health issues, Dr. Gayle spent 20 years with the Centers for Disease Control, working primarily on HIV/AIDS. She also worked at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, directing programs on HIV/AIDS and other global health issues. Dr. Gayle serves on numerous public company and non-profit boards.
Wei-Chun Tai is a Partner at Mosley Ventures, a venture fund investing in early stage disruptive technologies in Atlanta and the Southeast. She directed all philanthropic efforts of the Mosley Foundation, focusing on providing educational program assistance to disadvantaged youth. Wei-Chun was founder to two start-ups, one in mortgage software and the other in fashion. Wei-Chun grew up in Taiwan and Gambia, West Africa. She has a Bachelor of Engineering from Feng-Chia University Taiwan and received her MBA in Finance from the University of Hartford.
Interested in helping global nonprofits get the strategies and tools they need? We are always looking for software developers, consultants, and other talented people to join our team!