Carrie advises on more than $350 million in assets for individuals, families and foundations at Reynders McVeigh. She is an Investment Committee Member, and also directs the Firm's private impact investment work, researching and recommending private placement impact investments to all interested clients at RMCM. Carrie brings over 15 years of experience as a researcher, teacher, and investment professional to our socially progressive investment work. She graduated from Bowdoin College and earned a Ph.D. in Modern Latin American History from Harvard University. Dedicated to the non-profit and impact communities, Carrie is the current Board Chair at Camp Starfish, a program for emotionally and behaviorally challenged kids, and a Board Member at the innovative Jewish Studio Project. She enjoys mentoring social impact entrepreneurs through the Social Innovation Forum's impact accelerator, and serves as a Professional Advisor to the Cambridge Community Foundation. In the past, she has worked with organizations in microfinance and is a current member of the Boston Economic Club. Carrie lives with her husband and daughter in Somerville, where they are active in supporting local food and business in their vibrant urban community.