Board of Directors
Lisa Woll, CEO
As our CEO, Lisa Woll leads US SIF and the US SIF Foundation's overall direction and sits, ex-officio, on all board committees and is a non-voting member of the board.
Lisa has been the CEO since 2006, and has been responsible for strategic planning, developing a robust policy presence, expansion and diversification of funding, launching our national conference and creating the Center for Sustainable Investment Education. For more information about Lisa Woll, click here.
Craig Metrick, Chair
Craig Metrick is Managing Director, Institutional Consulting and Research, at Cornerstone Capital Group, where he oversees the firm’s investment manager review process, supporting Cornerstone’s investment advisory business and working with a variety of institutional clients. Previously, Craig was Principal and US Head of Responsible Investment at Mercer, working with a variety of clients — from multibillion dollar pension plans to smaller institutions and family foundations. For 16 years, he has consulted on implementing responsible investment principles and mandates. Craig’s work has included portfolio construction, manager selection and monitoring, and the development of intellectual capital across issues and asset classes.
Craig is a Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst and a member of the CAIA Association. Craig graduated with a degree incorporating international relations, economics and environmental science from Bradley University and has a Master’s degree in environmental science and public policy from George Mason University.
Diederik Timmer, Vice-Chair
Prior to joining Sustainalytics, he managed research projects at Nyenrode University in The Netherlands, where he contributed to multiple academic publications. He's married to his long-term partner Sarah, has a 7-year-old son named Hugo and lives in Brooklyn, NY.
Alyssa Greenspan, Treasurer
Alyssa Greenspan, President and COO at Community Capital Management (CCM), joined CCM in 2003 and has helped grow its assets under management to more than $2 billion. She has been involved in the creation of detailed impact metrics and customized reporting, working closely with clients to understand both their impact and investment goals. She began her investment career at Northern Trust as an investment officer and was a senior equity analyst at Morningstar.
Alyssa is also involved in giving back to her community. Most notably, she volunteered her time as a Reading Pal through the United Way of Broward County's ReadingPals program, an early literacy initiative for children in kindergarten through third grade. Alyssa formerly mentored for Take Stock in Children, a non-profit organization that provides college scholarships for low-income and at-risk students in Florida, as well as other volunteer opportunities.
Alyssa holds a BSM in Finance from Tulane University, an MBA from the University of Miami, and is a CFA charter holder. Alyssa is a member of the CFA Institute and the CFA Society of South Florida. Alyssa holds her FINRA Licenses: Series 6, 7, 24, 26 & 63.
Michael Kramer, Secretary
Michael is responsible for overseeing the operations, finances, and strategic direction of the firm and its 15 offices in 10 states. He manages shareholder and policy engagement for the firm, facilitates marketing and ESG research, oversees the NI Social Rating of SRI mutual funds (now in its 25th year), and serves on the firm’s investment committee. He has long been a voice for broader and deeper ESG standards within the SRI industry, regularly engaging money managers and institutions on how to improve their approaches to screening, advocacy, and community investing.
In 2015, Michael co-wrote “The Resilient Investor: A Plan for Your Life, Not Just Your Money," has been lecturing worldwide about SRI, resilience, and sustainability for many years. He has written articles and columns for in Green Money Journal, Yes!, and GreenBiz.com.
Andrew Behar, At-Large Member
Andrew Behar is currently the CEO of As You Sow, a nonprofit organization dedicated to increasing environmental and social corporate responsibility. Founded in 1992, As You Sow envisions a safe, just, and sustainable world in which environmental health and human rights are central to corporate decision making. The Energy, Environmental Health, Waste, Proxy Power, and Human Rights programs create industry-wide change through corporate dialogue, shareholder advocacy, coalition building, and innovative legal strategies.
Andrew brings over 30 years of experience as a Senior Executive and strategist in the clean-tech, communications, and life science sectors. Prior to As You Sow, he founded a clean-tech start-up to develop innovative fuel cell technologies for grid-scale energy storage, a biofuel start-up, and a medical device start-up. He ran a media and technology company for 15 years that developed interactive technology and has directed and produced several feature length documentary films, one of which, “Tie-Died: Rock ‘n Roll’s Most Deadicated Fans," tracked the followers of the Grateful Dead and premiered at Sundance.
Steve Falci, At-Large Member
Steve Falci is the Chief Investment Officer at Pax World Management. There, he oversees the investment management of Pax World Funds and the collaboration between investment analysis and environmental, social and governance research to enhance the firm’s sustainable investing strategy.
Steve has 30 years of experience in financial services. Prior to joining Pax World, he served as Head of Strategy Development, Sustainable Investment at Kleinwort Benson Investors, where his duties included strategic direction, product development and identifying new market opportunities in the sustainable investment business. Steve previously served as Chief Investment Officer at Equities at Calvert Group, and was a Principal and Senior Portfolio Manager at Mellon Equity Associates. Steve currently serves on the Investment Committee of Mercy Investment Services.
Over the course of his investment career, Steve completed a seminary degree and has been involved in campus ministry at a large university and in Jesuit ministries in the US and Dublin. Steve has a Bachelor’s of Science in Economics and a Master’s of Business Administration from the Stern School of Business at New York University and a Master’s of Arts from Pittsburgh Theological Seminary. He is a CFA® charter holder.
Kimberly Gluck, At-Large Member
Kim is a Managing Director and a member of the Boston Trust Board of Directors and manages portfolios for institutional and individual clients. She is a member of the Securities Research, Corporate Governance, and ESG Research & Engagement Committees.
Prior to joining the firm in 2011, Kim was a Managing Director at Atlantic Trust and a Senior Relationship Manager and Portfolio Manager for six years, primarily serving high net worth clients. Previously, she worked with State Street Global Advisors as a Portfolio Manager and Product Engineer for over ten years and helped to establish their socially responsible investment (SRI) program.
Kim earned a BA in Economics from Middlebury College. She holds the Chartered Financial Analyst® designation and is a member of the CFA Society Boston and the CFA Institute. She currently serves on boards and committees for the United Methodist Foundation of New England, the Second Church of Newton, and The Boston Club. She is also a member of the Women Donors Network.
Jonas Kron, At-Large Member
Jonas Kron is Trillium’s Director of Shareholder Advocacy. With almost 20 years of experience in shareholder advocacy, Jonas is responsible for leading and coordinating Trillium’s extensive advocacy program, which works to engage companies on their environmental and social performance. His advocacy work includes direct communications with company leadership, investor education and awareness, filing shareholder proposals, and public policy advocacy at the municipal, state and federal levels. As a recognized legal expert in the field and a leader in shareholder advocacy, Jonas regularly represents Trillium in the media, at public events, and with clients.
Prior to joining Trillium, Jonas was an environmental attorney and public defender as well as outside counsel to many socially responsible investment organizations. Jonas holds J.D. and masters degrees from Vermont Law School.
Leslie Samuelrich, At-Large Member
Leslie currently serves on the board of Voices for Progress, and as an Advisory Board member at the Business Ethics Network, and the Intentional Endowments Network. She earned a BA in economics from Boston College.
Aniket Shah, At-Large Member
Previously Aniket served as the Program Leader of the Financing for Sustainable Development Initiative at the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network. In this role, Aniket advised national governments, global financial institutions and non-profit organizations on how to finance the sustainable development agenda. Aniket also worked as an investment professional and strategist at Investec Asset Management, an international investment management firm based in South Africa and the United Kingdom.
Kurt Summers, At-Large Member
Kurt Summers became Treasurer of the City of Chicago in 2014 overseeing Chicago’s $8 billion operating portfolio and sitting on local pension boards with $25 B in AUM. As Treasurer, Kurt has committed to ensuring City investments generate returns and drive impact. To this end, while Kurt has served as Treasurer, the City of Chicago has implemented the most comprehensive ESG integration effort from any major city in the country. Chicago is now integrating ESG factors into 100% of its investment decisions on corporate securities. Additionally, Chicago has invested $20 M in Chicago’s last black owned community bank which invests in underserved communities and created a $100 M local economic development vehicle that makes strategic investments in low- and middle-income neighborhoods.
Prior to becoming Treasurer, Kurt has the Senior Vice President at Grosvenor Capital Management where he developed a new product that invested over $2 B in minority and women-owned firms.
Jackie VanderBrug, At-Large Member
Prior to joining U.S. Trust, Jackie was managing director at Criterion Ventures, a hybrid consulting firm, where she led the development of the field of gender lens investing and was instrumental in the establishment of the pioneering social investing fund, Good Capital. Jackie also led the Business Development of the start-up team at iBasis; and, co-founded WORK IN PROGRESS, a non-profit social enterprise focused on career development for underprivileged youth.
Jackie’s career began as a domestic policy analyst for the U.S. Congress and as a strategy consultant for Fortune 500 firms. Jackie has an M.B.A from the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan and a B.S. in Mathematics from Calvin College.