Lisa Green Hall, a Director since January of 2018, is currently the Chair of the Business & Community Development Committee and serves as a member of the Executive Committee, the Audit and Compliance Committee and the Directors Loan Committee. Ms. Hall has dedicated her 25-year career to economic justice, social impact and community development and using the tools of impact investing and philanthropy, Ms. Hall has served in executive roles across multiple sectors in the United States and abroad. Ms. Hall is currently a Senior Fellow of Georgetown University at the Beeck Center, which engages global leaders to drive social change at scale. Her area of focus at the Beeck Center is the inclusive economy. Ms. Hall also recently joined the Case Foundation as a Senior Fellow to lead the organization’s impact investing work.

Ms. Hall previously served as Managing Director of Anthos Asset Management, headquartered in Amsterdam, the Netherlands where she launched an impact investing initiative for Anthos, a large European family office. From 2013 to 2016 she was responsible for portfolio management of the firm’s private debt and equity impact investment funds including the Skopos Impact Fund, with aggregate commitments of EUR 80 million. After relocating back to the United States in 2016, Ms. Hall remained with Anthos and was involved in due diligence, origination, and monitoring of investments across ten countries in emerging and developed markets. Ms. Hall also served as President & CEO of Calvert Foundation from 2010 to 2013, following her tenure as head of the investment portfolio from 2005 to 2010. Prior to joining Calvert Foundation, Ms. Hall held positions in impact investing and community development finance with Fannie Mae, Enterprise Community Investments (formerly Enterprise Social Investment Corporation), and JP Morgan Chase (formerly Chemical Bank). Ms. Hall also served in the Clinton Administration in 1999 as a policy advisor at the National Economic Council where she worked on the creation of the New Markets Investment Tax Credit.

Ms. Hall serves on the board of Habitat for Humanity International, the NonProfit Finance Fund, the Investment Committee of the Nathan Cummings Foundation, and is a member of the Board of Overseers for the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education. Previously, she served on the boards of the Tides Network, The Funders Network for Smart Growth and Livable Communities, the Advisory Board of the CDFI (Community Development Financial Institutions) Fund, and Impact Assets. Ms. Hall also chaired the Board of Elsie Whitlow Stokes Charter School in Washington, DC from 2011 to 2013. She is a 2008 graduate of Leadership Greater Washington and was a 2003 Marshall Memorial Fellow. Ms. Hall earned an MBA from Harvard Business School in 1993 and a BS in Economics from the Wharton School at University of Pennsylvania in 1987.

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