Brinda Ganguly joined the Rockefeller Foundation in 2008. As an Associate Director, she managed the Foundation’s Program Related Investments (PRI) portfolio and worked on the Harnessing the Power of Impact Investing initiative, which sought to catalyze an efficient industry that can deploy investment capital to complement philanthropy in solving social challenges at scale.
Prior to joining Rockefeller, Ms. Ganguly was a Vice President in Citigroup’s Corporate Bank, where she addressed corporate finance issues for healthcare clients. Earlier in her career, she worked at the Soros Foundation, originating and executing PRIs on behalf of the Soros Economic Development Fund, and at Charles River Associates as an economic consultant. Ms. Ganguly serves on the board of Neighbors Together, an anti-poverty, anti-hunger organization based in Brooklyn, New York, as well as on the President’s Advisory Council for Bryn Mawr College.
Ms. Ganguly received a bachelor’s degree in Economics and Spanish from Bryn Mawr and an MBA from Columbia Business School.