17 Asset Management Team

New York

William Altman    Director of Research   William leads the company’s production of data-driven intelligence on SDG-aligned investment opportunities as well as impact management and measurement strategy. William is an expert on emerging technologies and human rights with a focus on the future of cybersecurity and the right to be free from digital exploitation. Before 17AM, William was a Senior Intelligence Analyst at CB Insights. He also spent 3 years working across the Middle East and North Africa in the Wamda Research Lab conducting research on emerging market development and investment, with a concentration on social enterprises. William's published industry research has been featured in SSIR, WEF, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, CNN, and The New York Times. William has a degree from Denison University, and a Master's Degree from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterrey (MIIS).

William Altman

Director of Research

William leads the company’s production of data-driven intelligence on SDG-aligned investment opportunities as well as impact management and measurement strategy. William is an expert on emerging technologies and human rights with a focus on the future of cybersecurity and the right to be free from digital exploitation. Before 17AM, William was a Senior Intelligence Analyst at CB Insights. He also spent 3 years working across the Middle East and North Africa in the Wamda Research Lab conducting research on emerging market development and investment, with a concentration on social enterprises. William's published industry research has been featured in SSIR, WEF, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, CNN, and The New York Times. William has a degree from Denison University, and a Master's Degree from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterrey (MIIS).

Fernando Concha    Director of Structured Finance   Fernando provides structured product expertise to the product design team. His international experience at Citigroup and Santander ranges across Investment Management, Corporate Sales and Structuring, Structured Finance, Capital Markets Sales, Multi-Asset Structuring, Advisory and Brokerage. His focus has been on Latin-American Corporates & Institutional clients and Wealth Management, with experience performing roles that require high levels of pressure, adaptability and vision. He is acquainted with multi-cultural environments, has lived in New York, Miami, Mexico City, Milan, São Paulo and Santiago (Chile), and is fluent in Spanish and English with professional working proficiency of Portuguese and intermediate knowledge of Italian. Fernando earned his MBA from Columbia Business School as a graduate of its Value Investing Program, and has a B.A. in Business Administration and Economics from Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.

Fernando Concha

Director of Structured Finance

Fernando provides structured product expertise to the product design team. His international experience at Citigroup and Santander ranges across Investment Management, Corporate Sales and Structuring, Structured Finance, Capital Markets Sales, Multi-Asset Structuring, Advisory and Brokerage. His focus has been on Latin-American Corporates & Institutional clients and Wealth Management, with experience performing roles that require high levels of pressure, adaptability and vision. He is acquainted with multi-cultural environments, has lived in New York, Miami, Mexico City, Milan, São Paulo and Santiago (Chile), and is fluent in Spanish and English with professional working proficiency of Portuguese and intermediate knowledge of Italian. Fernando earned his MBA from Columbia Business School as a graduate of its Value Investing Program, and has a B.A. in Business Administration and Economics from Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.

Sharadiya Dasgupta    Sharadiya is part of 17 Advisors, 17AM's impact advisory practice.   Previously, Sharadiya was Managing Director of Good Capital Project where she led the development of programmatic initiatives, and partnerships to further the organization's goal of growing the marketplace for sustainable investing. Earlier in her career, she worked in asset management firms in institutional client businesses, followed by a stint in transaction banking. She has a BSc in mathematics, an MBA from Indian School of Business, and an MPA with a focus on economic policy from Columbia University. She lives in New York City.

Sharadiya Dasgupta

Sharadiya is part of 17 Advisors, 17AM's impact advisory practice.

Previously, Sharadiya was Managing Director of Good Capital Project where she led the development of programmatic initiatives, and partnerships to further the organization's goal of growing the marketplace for sustainable investing. Earlier in her career, she worked in asset management firms in institutional client businesses, followed by a stint in transaction banking. She has a BSc in mathematics, an MBA from Indian School of Business, and an MPA with a focus on economic policy from Columbia University. She lives in New York City.

 
Holly Garrett    Director of Operations   Holly oversees the coordination, communication and direction of all initiatives. Formerly, she was the Foundations and International Development Director for the Good Capital Project where she coordinated partnerships, investor relations and outreach. Holly was the Executive Director of Princeton in Africa, an organization committed to creating future leaders committed to Africa. For over thirteen years Holly was actively involved with Planned Parenthood in New Jersey, most recently as Vice Chair of the Board and head of the development committee. Holly has extensive non-profit experience in development work including capital campaigns and strategic planning. She is a graduate of Princeton University where she received an AB in history. She currently lives in New York City with her husband and their children.

Holly Garrett

Director of Operations

Holly oversees the coordination, communication and direction of all initiatives. Formerly, she was the Foundations and International Development Director for the Good Capital Project where she coordinated partnerships, investor relations and outreach. Holly was the Executive Director of Princeton in Africa, an organization committed to creating future leaders committed to Africa. For over thirteen years Holly was actively involved with Planned Parenthood in New Jersey, most recently as Vice Chair of the Board and head of the development committee. Holly has extensive non-profit experience in development work including capital campaigns and strategic planning. She is a graduate of Princeton University where she received an AB in history. She currently lives in New York City with her husband and their children.

Cara Kennedy Cuomo    SDG Applied Research Associate   Cara is an associate in the SDG Applied Research Unit, where she provides insight into SDG-alignment and performance measurement across our investment strategy and for client advisory. Her most recent position was with a United Nations initiative led by Jeffrey Sachs, for which she traveled between Rwanda, Malaysia, and Colombia coordinating regional Centers of Excellence for the SDGs. She still serves as an advisor for the initiative’s Youth Solutions Hub, a platform to accelerate the impact of young leaders’ nonprofits and business solutions for local action on the SDGs. Previously she founded a social enterprise to counter food insecurity in the Boston area, which continues to operate today. Cara holds a A.B. from Harvard College, where she was on the sailing team.

Cara Kennedy Cuomo

SDG Applied Research Associate

Cara is an associate in the SDG Applied Research Unit, where she provides insight into SDG-alignment and performance measurement across our investment strategy and for client advisory. Her most recent position was with a United Nations initiative led by Jeffrey Sachs, for which she traveled between Rwanda, Malaysia, and Colombia coordinating regional Centers of Excellence for the SDGs. She still serves as an advisor for the initiative’s Youth Solutions Hub, a platform to accelerate the impact of young leaders’ nonprofits and business solutions for local action on the SDGs. Previously she founded a social enterprise to counter food insecurity in the Boston area, which continues to operate today. Cara holds a A.B. from Harvard College, where she was on the sailing team.

John Kluge    Advisor   John brings extensive experience to 17 AM in the fields of water and sanitation, as well as refugee issues. Additionally, he supports our advisory offering to family offices, utilizing his experience in philanthropy. He is the Founder and Managing Director of the Refugee Investment Network, the first network of private sector investors and funders dedicated to supporting refugee and host community businesses, entrepreneurs, and livelihoods while working to achieve positive financial returns. He is also the Co-Founder and Managing Partner of the Alight Fund, an investment and financing company for displaced entrepreneurs.

John Kluge

Advisor

John brings extensive experience to 17 AM in the fields of water and sanitation, as well as refugee issues. Additionally, he supports our advisory offering to family offices, utilizing his experience in philanthropy. He is the Founder and Managing Director of the Refugee Investment Network, the first network of private sector investors and funders dedicated to supporting refugee and host community businesses, entrepreneurs, and livelihoods while working to achieve positive financial returns. He is also the Co-Founder and Managing Partner of the Alight Fund, an investment and financing company for displaced entrepreneurs.

Heather McGee    Investor Relations   Heather builds and implements the strategy for creating and maintaining positive relations with our investors. Most recently, Heather was a Senior Associate at Good Capital Project, where she worked across multiple initiatives providing business development and partnership building support. Previously, Heather was a Program Associate at the Pershing Square Foundation and began her work in finance at Ramius Alternative Solutions, LLC, a global asset management firm. She began her career in the political arena, wherein she managed house district campaigns, fundraised for political candidates, and worked with various stakeholders from constituents to lobbyists. Heather holds a BA in Political Science and Campaign Management from The University of Utah, and an MPA specializing in Social Impact, Innovation and Investment from the NYU Robert F. Wagner School of Public Service.

Heather McGee

Investor Relations

Heather builds and implements the strategy for creating and maintaining positive relations with our investors. Most recently, Heather was a Senior Associate at Good Capital Project, where she worked across multiple initiatives providing business development and partnership building support. Previously, Heather was a Program Associate at the Pershing Square Foundation and began her work in finance at Ramius Alternative Solutions, LLC, a global asset management firm. She began her career in the political arena, wherein she managed house district campaigns, fundraised for political candidates, and worked with various stakeholders from constituents to lobbyists. Heather holds a BA in Political Science and Campaign Management from The University of Utah, and an MPA specializing in Social Impact, Innovation and Investment from the NYU Robert F. Wagner School of Public Service.

Grace Stone    Corporate Strategy   Grace provides strategic insight and best practices on areas of public policy and finance. She is pursuing a joint MBA-MPA in The Wharton School and Harvard Kennedy School, focused upon the intersection of the private and public sectors in building innovative financial and social solutions. Previously, she worked with The Good Capital Project and helped initiate 17 Asset Management. She also co-founded an education technology startup which was selected by the Princeton University e-lab to join their incubator program. Prior to that, she lived and worked in Amman, Jordan for an NGO focused on supporting Syrian refugees. She has published political and financial pieces for Princeton, Wharton, and 17 Asset Management. She received her B.A. in Politics from Princeton University and was a member of the U.S. national fencing team.

Grace Stone

Corporate Strategy

Grace provides strategic insight and best practices on areas of public policy and finance. She is pursuing a joint MBA-MPA in The Wharton School and Harvard Kennedy School, focused upon the intersection of the private and public sectors in building innovative financial and social solutions. Previously, she worked with The Good Capital Project and helped initiate 17 Asset Management. She also co-founded an education technology startup which was selected by the Princeton University e-lab to join their incubator program. Prior to that, she lived and worked in Amman, Jordan for an NGO focused on supporting Syrian refugees. She has published political and financial pieces for Princeton, Wharton, and 17 Asset Management. She received her B.A. in Politics from Princeton University and was a member of the U.S. national fencing team.

Jamil Wyne    Head of Asset Management   Jamil oversees the company's investment and research agendas. Throughout his career he has specialized in emerging market development and investment, with a concentration on social enterprises. Jamil has worked with the World Bank, International Finance Corporation, and Ashoka, and has advised multiple governments, impact investment funds and tech startups on strategy, partnerships and research. He also founded the  Wamda Research Lab  and a part of Wamda Capital, the region's largest VC fund. He is a Fellow at the New America Foundation, served as a Fulbright Fellow in Syria and Jordan, and sits on a committee for the Stevens Initiative at the Aspen Institute. He has been featured or cited in SSIR, WEF, McKinsey, World Bank and Wharton publications. He has an MA from Johns Hopkins SAIS, an MBA from INSEAD, and a BA from Bowdoin College.

Jamil Wyne

Head of Asset Management

Jamil oversees the company's investment and research agendas. Throughout his career he has specialized in emerging market development and investment, with a concentration on social enterprises. Jamil has worked with the World Bank, International Finance Corporation, and Ashoka, and has advised multiple governments, impact investment funds and tech startups on strategy, partnerships and research. He also founded the Wamda Research Lab and a part of Wamda Capital, the region's largest VC fund. He is a Fellow at the New America Foundation, served as a Fulbright Fellow in Syria and Jordan, and sits on a committee for the Stevens Initiative at the Aspen Institute. He has been featured or cited in SSIR, WEF, McKinsey, World Bank and Wharton publications. He has an MA from Johns Hopkins SAIS, an MBA from INSEAD, and a BA from Bowdoin College.

 

United Kingdom + Geneva

Michelle McMahon    Michelle is part of 17 Advisors, 17AM's impact advisory practice.

Michelle McMahon

Michelle is part of 17 Advisors, 17AM's impact advisory practice.

Philip Moss    Senior Advisor, Blended Finance   Philip brings over 18 years of experience as an investor, financial advisor, and consultant to companies and projects to promote ESG investments, having led development of the “blended finance” concept through the ReDesigning Development Finance Initiative of the World Economic Forum/OECD and built two platforms to facilitate public-private investments in emerging and frontier markets: Convergence and the Sustainable Development Investment Partnership (SDIP). Philip has worked with development finance actors to provide funding to projects that address the climate and SDG agendas in Africa and South East Asia, and promotion of emerging blended finance vehicles. Philip previously managed the carbon investment portfolio for Masdar Carbon, and has also served at Mana Ventures, Cantor CO2e and HSBC Household. Philip holds an MBA for the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth and holds BS degrees in Economics and Statistics from NC State University.

Philip Moss

Senior Advisor, Blended Finance

Philip brings over 18 years of experience as an investor, financial advisor, and consultant to companies and projects to promote ESG investments, having led development of the “blended finance” concept through the ReDesigning Development Finance Initiative of the World Economic Forum/OECD and built two platforms to facilitate public-private investments in emerging and frontier markets: Convergence and the Sustainable Development Investment Partnership (SDIP). Philip has worked with development finance actors to provide funding to projects that address the climate and SDG agendas in Africa and South East Asia, and promotion of emerging blended finance vehicles. Philip previously managed the carbon investment portfolio for Masdar Carbon, and has also served at Mana Ventures, Cantor CO2e and HSBC Household. Philip holds an MBA for the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth and holds BS degrees in Economics and Statistics from NC State University.

Justin Sykes    Justin is part of 17 Advisors, 17AM's impact advisory practice.   Justin is a social investment specialist bringing 20 years of experience in supporting the deployment of private capital to create more and better jobs for vulnerable populations, often in fragile contexts in Africa and the Middle East. Justin founded Innovest Advisory, a development impact consultancy firm, that aims to support the creation and scaling of sustainable market-based solutions to development challenges in line with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Justin has a wide spanning career history and has worked for INGOs, the United Nations and a major Middle Eastern private foundation. He serves as a board member and advisor to a number of micro-finance institutions and social enterprises charities engaged in supporting the livelihoods of low income communities. He is also is a non-executive director of a market leading private equity impact investment fund.

Justin Sykes

Justin is part of 17 Advisors, 17AM's impact advisory practice.

Justin is a social investment specialist bringing 20 years of experience in supporting the deployment of private capital to create more and better jobs for vulnerable populations, often in fragile contexts in Africa and the Middle East. Justin founded Innovest Advisory, a development impact consultancy firm, that aims to support the creation and scaling of sustainable market-based solutions to development challenges in line with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Justin has a wide spanning career history and has worked for INGOs, the United Nations and a major Middle Eastern private foundation. He serves as a board member and advisor to a number of micro-finance institutions and social enterprises charities engaged in supporting the livelihoods of low income communities. He is also is a non-executive director of a market leading private equity impact investment fund.

 

Jordan Fund

Ahmed Judah    Managing Partner   Ahmed has over 18 years of experience in investment management, M&A, corporate finance, investment banking and financial advisory and management in diversified sectors in Levant & GCC. He has deep expertise leading investment teams, and has served as Chief Investment Officer at a leading investment holding company. Ahmed has overseen over 80 advisory and M&A transactions, with total value of US $1 billion in Levant & GCC.

Ahmed Judah

Managing Partner

Ahmed has over 18 years of experience in investment management, M&A, corporate finance, investment banking and financial advisory and management in diversified sectors in Levant & GCC. He has deep expertise leading investment teams, and has served as Chief Investment Officer at a leading investment holding company. Ahmed has overseen over 80 advisory and M&A transactions, with total value of US $1 billion in Levant & GCC.

Christeen Haddadin    Partner, Investment Director   Christeen has 17 years of investment banking and audit expertise. Prior to her work on the Jordan Fund, she headed Al Mawared Brokerage, a subsidiary of INVESTBANK Group. Christeen has extensive sector agnostic, financial advisory, and valuation experience. Christeen has placed over US $180 million across equity and debt instruments and advised on M&A transactions of US $55million. Christeen is a certified valuation analyst (CVA), and a certified and licensed Investment Advisor.

Christeen Haddadin

Partner, Investment Director

Christeen has 17 years of investment banking and audit expertise. Prior to her work on the Jordan Fund, she headed Al Mawared Brokerage, a subsidiary of INVESTBANK Group. Christeen has extensive sector agnostic, financial advisory, and valuation experience. Christeen has placed over US $180 million across equity and debt instruments and advised on M&A transactions of US $55million. Christeen is a certified valuation analyst (CVA), and a certified and licensed Investment Advisor.

Nisreen Haddad Rabie    Partner, Finance, Strategy and Operations   Nisreen is a licensed CPA that has been the lead auditor for some of the largest acquisitions, VC funds, and companies in MENA. She has over 15 years of transactional and due diligence accounting and auditing experience at EY and Deloitte in Jordan, MENA, and in the US. She also has extensive experience in technology and clean energy.

Nisreen Haddad Rabie

Partner, Finance, Strategy and Operations

Nisreen is a licensed CPA that has been the lead auditor for some of the largest acquisitions, VC funds, and companies in MENA. She has over 15 years of transactional and due diligence accounting and auditing experience at EY and Deloitte in Jordan, MENA, and in the US. She also has extensive experience in technology and clean energy.

Hisham Kassim    General Counsel   Hisham is a leading international M&A lawyer that has advised on 100+ VC, PE, and M&A transactions throughout MENA and the US. He has unique access to Jordan and MENA deal flow, and currently represents some of the top VC funds in MENA. Hisham has deep expertise in the Jordanian / MENA regulatory environment as well as the financial services and education sectors.

Hisham Kassim

General Counsel

Hisham is a leading international M&A lawyer that has advised on 100+ VC, PE, and M&A transactions throughout MENA and the US. He has unique access to Jordan and MENA deal flow, and currently represents some of the top VC funds in MENA. Hisham has deep expertise in the Jordanian / MENA regulatory environment as well as the financial services and education sectors.

Layla Al Qasim    Community Engagement and Partnerships Officer   Layla is highly proficient in partnerships development, with a focus on social impact. She has created partnerships that led to the inclusion and economic empowerment of refugees, she has developed gender diversity/sensitivity training, and developed and maintained strategic partnerships with local and international organizations with measurable impact.

Layla Al Qasim

Community Engagement and Partnerships Officer

Layla is highly proficient in partnerships development, with a focus on social impact. She has created partnerships that led to the inclusion and economic empowerment of refugees, she has developed gender diversity/sensitivity training, and developed and maintained strategic partnerships with local and international organizations with measurable impact.

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Founders

Robert Caruso    Founding Partner   Bob brings his extensive experience in asset management to provide guidance on best practices in asset management at scale. He also serves as Chairman of  Intentional Media . Prior to this, he was President of Select Equity Group, Inc., which manages more than $24 billion in client funds. Prior to Select Equity, Bob was a Managing Partner, Chief Operating Officer, and a member of the Board of Directors’ of Highbridge Capital Management. Highbridge managed more than $40 billion in AUM. Prior to Highbridge, he was a Managing Director, Chief Financial Officer, and the Treasurer of Robertson Stephens, a San Francisco-based global investment bank.

Robert Caruso

Founding Partner

Bob brings his extensive experience in asset management to provide guidance on best practices in asset management at scale. He also serves as Chairman of Intentional Media. Prior to this, he was President of Select Equity Group, Inc., which manages more than $24 billion in client funds. Prior to Select Equity, Bob was a Managing Partner, Chief Operating Officer, and a member of the Board of Directors’ of Highbridge Capital Management. Highbridge managed more than $40 billion in AUM. Prior to Highbridge, he was a Managing Director, Chief Financial Officer, and the Treasurer of Robertson Stephens, a San Francisco-based global investment bank.

Henrique Gregori    Founding Partner   Henrique oversees 17 AM’s asset management product design. He brings over 20 years of experience as a fund manager focused on analyses and development of investment strategies. His previous portfolios ranked among the very top performers of the industry, measured by annualized returns and volatility as well as track record length. Throughout his career, Henrique has managed, advised and served as director of several investment funds, including funds launched or sponsored by bulge bracket financial institutions such as Deutsche Bank.

Henrique Gregori

Founding Partner

Henrique oversees 17 AM’s asset management product design. He brings over 20 years of experience as a fund manager focused on analyses and development of investment strategies. His previous portfolios ranked among the very top performers of the industry, measured by annualized returns and volatility as well as track record length. Throughout his career, Henrique has managed, advised and served as director of several investment funds, including funds launched or sponsored by bulge bracket financial institutions such as Deutsche Bank.

John Morris    Founding Partner and CEO   John leads day to day operations and management of 17 AM and also serves as Managing Partner of  Intentional Media.  Previously, John co-founded Snowden Lane Advisors, a wealth management firm currently with $3.5 billion in assets. He also co-founded Clearbrook Global Advisors, an institutional asset management advisory firm that grew assets to over $20 billion in AUAs. Earlier, John spent 23 years at Merrill Lynch, 15 years working in London and Dubai, then New York where he was Chairman of Latin America and Head of International Product and Marketing. He and his wife live in Princeton, New Jersey, and are most often chasing one of their four daughters or two granddaughters.

John Morris

Founding Partner and CEO

John leads day to day operations and management of 17 AM and also serves as Managing Partner of Intentional Media. Previously, John co-founded Snowden Lane Advisors, a wealth management firm currently with $3.5 billion in assets. He also co-founded Clearbrook Global Advisors, an institutional asset management advisory firm that grew assets to over $20 billion in AUAs. Earlier, John spent 23 years at Merrill Lynch, 15 years working in London and Dubai, then New York where he was Chairman of Latin America and Head of International Product and Marketing. He and his wife live in Princeton, New Jersey, and are most often chasing one of their four daughters or two granddaughters.

Niclas Kjellström-Matseke    Founding Partner   Niclas is a recognized international business leader with a twenty-year-long career as a CEO and international investor in Europe and Africa. He has a special focus in sustainable business, engaged in the UN’s pioneering global work with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), as a Board Member of the Sustainable Development Solutions Network. Niclas was the CEO of Novamedia Nordics since its start, from 2005 to ­2015. During Niclas's 10 years as CEO, Novamedia/The Postcode Lottery showed tremendous growth and became the industry’s most profitable company. Presently, Niclas lives in South Africa building a portfolio of investments in industries such as real estate, environmental engineering and finance. He also has over a decade of experience investing for social impact as a leader of the world’s third largest private donor; Novamedia/The Postcode Lottery, distributing US $11 billion.

Niclas Kjellström-Matseke

Founding Partner

Niclas is a recognized international business leader with a twenty-year-long career as a CEO and international investor in Europe and Africa. He has a special focus in sustainable business, engaged in the UN’s pioneering global work with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), as a Board Member of the Sustainable Development Solutions Network. Niclas was the CEO of Novamedia Nordics since its start, from 2005 to ­2015. During Niclas's 10 years as CEO, Novamedia/The Postcode Lottery showed tremendous growth and became the industry’s most profitable company. Presently, Niclas lives in South Africa building a portfolio of investments in industries such as real estate, environmental engineering and finance. He also has over a decade of experience investing for social impact as a leader of the world’s third largest private donor; Novamedia/The Postcode Lottery, distributing US $11 billion.

Mary Nazzal-Batayneh    Founding Partner and Jordan Country Head   Mary Nazzal-Batayneh is a barrister (English Bar) and the Founder and Chairman of Landmark Hotels Company, Jordan’s first hospitality company. She has been chosen as one of Forbes’ Most Powerful Arab Women for several years and was featured as a Forbes cover story under the headline “Hospitality Meets Humanity.” Mary is a Young Global Leader (YGL) with the World Economic Forum; YGLs are chosen based on their commitment to serving society. Mary has positioned Landmark as a model of private sector engagement with the Sustainable Development Goals and in particular the goals related to gender equality, decent work and economic growth, inclusion, and sustainable agriculture. Mary is a partner and brand ambassador of SEP, the Social Enterprise Project, a social impact company which empowers refugee artists in the Jerash refugee camp. Mary has a BA from Columbia University, and law degrees from SOAS University of London, the College of Law and Inns of Court School of law.

Mary Nazzal-Batayneh

Founding Partner and Jordan Country Head

Mary Nazzal-Batayneh is a barrister (English Bar) and the Founder and Chairman of Landmark Hotels Company, Jordan’s first hospitality company. She has been chosen as one of Forbes’ Most Powerful Arab Women for several years and was featured as a Forbes cover story under the headline “Hospitality Meets Humanity.” Mary is a Young Global Leader (YGL) with the World Economic Forum; YGLs are chosen based on their commitment to serving society. Mary has positioned Landmark as a model of private sector engagement with the Sustainable Development Goals and in particular the goals related to gender equality, decent work and economic growth, inclusion, and sustainable agriculture. Mary is a partner and brand ambassador of SEP, the Social Enterprise Project, a social impact company which empowers refugee artists in the Jerash refugee camp. Mary has a BA from Columbia University, and law degrees from SOAS University of London, the College of Law and Inns of Court School of law.

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