Overcoming many of the world’s most pressing problems will require harnessing the power of investment capital. That means mobilizing the full spectrum of capital—from institutional investors, such as foundations, pension funds, and sovereign wealth funds, to banks, retail investors, and others—to develop a more inclusive form of capitalism that prioritizes purpose alongside profit and benefits multiple stakeholders. It also means considering diversity, equity, and inclusion as a key part of those efforts.

Through strategic grantmaking, broader coalition-building, and our own financial investing through our program-related investment (PRI) and mission-related investment (MRI) funds, we aim to grow and strengthen the practice of impact investing, as well as influence the broader capital markets so they deliver equitable and sustainable outcomes for all stakeholders.

Please submit PRIs and MRIs to [email protected]. If we are interested in learning more, you will hear from us within 45 days.

Program staff in Mission Investments

Portrait of Roy Swan.

Roy Swan

Director, Mission Investments New York, USA
Portrait of Margot Brandenburg.

Margot Brandenburg

Senior Program Officer, Mission Investments New York, USA
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Dionaris Henriquez

Program Assistant, Mission Investments New York, USA
Portrait of Christine Looney.

Christine Looney

Deputy Director, Mission Investments New York, USA
Portrait of Anil Oommen.

Anil V. Oommen

Grants Manager, Mission Investments New York, USA
Portrait of Gerald Pambo-Awich

Gerald Pambo-Awich

Investment Officer, Mission Investments New York, USA
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Rei Tran

Technology Fellow, Mission Investments New York, USA
Portrait of Megan Thompson.

Megan Walsh Thompson

Mission Investments Officer, Mission Investments New York, USA