Casey Clark, CFA is the Head ESG Investments at Rockefeller Capital Management. He leads the firm’s ESG research and engagement efforts, managing a team of dedicated ESG analysts that support investment analysis across equity and fixed income strategies. Prior to joining Rockefeller, Casey worked as Managing Director and Director of Sustainable and Impact Investing at Glenmede, where he helped launch and build Glenmede’s sustainable and impact investing business. He also served as a macroeconomic Research Analyst for Glenmede’s Investment Strategy team responsible for formulating the asset allocation for over $25 billion in client assets. He is a graduate of Pennsylvania State University, earned his MBA from Stern and retains the Charter Financial Analyst® designation.
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Monique is passionate about social change and positive impact after spending 15 years in investment banking, where she developed her understanding of the capital markets. She is Managing Director at The Investment Integration Project, which helps investors understand how healthy environmental, social, and financial systems support long-term investment, and a Contributing Editor at ImpactAlpha, a digital news magazine for the impact investing sector. She previously served as VP of Programs at Mission Investors Exchange, a network organization for +250 members seeking to deepen their practice of impact investing through peer-learning. Prior to joining Mission Investors Exchange, Monique was a Director at Tideline, a boutique impact investing strategy consulting firm, where her energies were centered on client and project management and business development. She served as Project Manager at the Clinton Foundation for No Ceilings: The Full Participation Project, a women’s empowerment initiative led by Secretary Clinton, and business development manager for the Clinton Global Initiative. Earlier, as a VP in Deutsche Bank’s Commodity Derivatives Sales group, she managed client relationships with Oil and Gas (E&P), Utility, and Consumer Products companies in the United States and Latin America. Earlier in her career, she worked for Citigroup in the Debt Capital Markets group in both New York and London, and as an analyst at Bank of America in the Credit Products group.
Monique holds an MBA from NYU Stern School of Business, where she majored in Financial Instruments and Markets and a B.Sc. in Foreign Service from Georgetown University.
Graham Macmillan is the President of the Visa Foundation where he is responsible for developing and executing the Foundation’s grantmaking and impact investing strategy in support of its mission to help low-income and financially-underserved small businesses around the world. Previously, Graham was Senior Program Officer for Mission Investments at the Ford Foundation. Mission Investments is a $1.25b integrated program of impact investments and grant support. His primary work focuses on strengthening institutions and applying technologies to change how capital markets’ allocate investment to be more long-term and sustainable.
Previously, Graham was Director of Corporate Social Responsibility and Business Partnerships at Citi where we worked with Citi businesses to drive economic and social impact with clients and other key stakeholders while contributing to Citi's broader Citizenship reporting requirements. Graham joined Citi as the Senior Program Officer for Financial Inclusion where he managed the Foundation's international grantmaking program in nearly 90 countries while also leading investments in innovation, thought-leadership and research.
Prior to Citi, Graham was Senior Director of VisionSpring, a leading social enterprise selling consumer products to promote economic development.
He serves as a member of the Board of Directors of Village Capital and ROC USA while previously serving as two-term member of the Executive Committee of the Aspen Network for Development Entrepreneurs (ANDE). He has been a Term Member of the Council on Foreign Relations. Graham received his BA from Colby College, MSc from NYU Wagner, and MBA through a joint program at NYU Stern, London School of Economics and HEC Paris School of Management.