Ariella Rotenberg is a Senior Associate at The ImPact, where she leads The ImPact’s education initiative. Ariella co-authored several of The ImPact’s publications, including the Early Stage, Real Assets, and Private Equity asset class primers; Impact Investing: A Primer for Family Foundations; The Rockefeller Brothers Fund and Jim Sorenson case studies; and the first impact sector primer about impact investing in water. Prior to The ImPact, Ariella worked as a research associate at the Council on Foreign Relations where she conducted in-depth research on topics including global health, gender and inequality, and national security. Ariella earned an M.Phil in Development Economics from the University of Cambridge and a B.A. from Harvard University in Social Studies. Ariella’s undergraduate thesis focused on the self-identification of Palestinian citizens of Israel. Ariella speaks Hebrew and studied Arabic during her undergraduate years.
A Case Study in Impact Investing
Posted on May 30, 2017 by Ariella Rotenberg
Impact Investing: a Primer for Family Foundations
Posted on October 24, 2016 by Ariella Rotenberg, Sam Bonsey, The Impact
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