Lisa Hall is a Senior Fellow at Georgetown University’s Beeck Center, which engages global leaders to drive social change and impact at scale. She has dedicated her 25-year career to economic justice, social impact and community development. Using the tools of impact investing and philanthropy, she has served in executive roles across multiple sectors in the United States and abroad. Her area of focus at the Beeck Center is the inclusive economy. She is leading the Beeck Center’s work on Fair Finance.
Lisa previously served as a Managing Director at Anthos Asset Management, headquartered in Amsterdam, the Netherlands where she was based for three years. She also served as CEO and President of Calvert Foundation from 2010 to 2013, following her tenure as head of the investment portfolio from 2005 to 2010. Lisa served in the Clinton Administration in 1999 as a policy advisory at the National Economic Council where she worked on the creation of the New Markets Investment Tax Credit. Lisa currently serves on several boards including City First Bank, in Washington, DC; Toniic; and Habitat for Humanity International. She is also an independent member of the Investment Committee of the Nathan Cummings Foundation, which has committed to 100% mission alignment of their portfolio. Lisa earned an MBA from Harvard Business School and a BS in Economics from the Wharton School at University of Pennsylvania. She is active on Twitter @lisagreenhall
Tristan has more than a decade of experience working in more than 20 countries in Central and Eastern Europe, sub-Saharan Africa and for the past 8 years in East and South Asia.
Tristan Leads the British Council’s work in social enterprise and social impact investment in the Asia Pacific region and is responsible for the flagship policy and government engagement programme which provides support to develop social entrepreneurship policy and strategy in the region. Through this programme, he has developed a range of partnerships with government and regional organisations such as UNESCAP, World Bank and AVPN.
Tristan is passionate about the role that social enterprises can play in building fair, inclusive and just societies and has a particular interest in both the role that social enterprise can play in strengthening civil society and the role that governments can play in driving innovation in policy that support social entrepreneurship more broadly. He is currently based in Hong Kong, but has previously lived and worked in Beijing and Yangon.
Tristan regularly speaks at forums and conferences on themes relating to social enterprise, social investment and social innovation in Asia and the UK and sits on the East Asia steering committee of the Aspen Network of Development Entrepreneurs (ANDE) network, advises the UNDPs Youth Co: Lab project and sits on the advisory board of the UK charity _Social Starters. He also regularly teaches and guest lectures on social entrepreneurship and social innovation at universities in Hong Kong and the region.
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