Jennifer has over twenty years of investment and business advisory experience. Founded in 2010, she is the Founder & Managing Partner of Faust Global Partners (“FGP”) – an international business advisory firm that provides clients with strategic advice on ESG & Sustainability, private equity, venture capital, impact investing, and development finance. FGP also provides advisory services in business development, investor relations and capital raising. FGP clients are both domestic and international and include investment firms, funds, DFIs, the United Nations, the U.S. Government, family offices and businesses.
Jennifer currently serves as a Managing Director with Bankers without Boundaries (“BwB”), a non-for-profit, finance innovation organization powered by former investment bankers to assist high-impact projects that benefit the environment and social good. BwB works with governments, institutions, cities, and foundations to provide advisory and research services to mobilize capital.
She also acts as an International Advisor to the United Nations and World Trade Organization’s joint agency – the International Trade Centre. Key programs include the Ethical Fashion Initiative (“EFI”) and Alliance 4 Action (“A4A”) which focus on sustainability in fashion and agriculture, respectively, in emerging markets. Jennifer is a Board Member of Aruna Project, an athleisure impact-brand based in India and the United States.
Previously, Jennifer was a Manager, Private Equity in the Investment Funds Department at the U. S’s Development Finance Corporation (“US DFC”) and was a Senior Vice President at investment manager 57 Stars.
Jennifer is a regular expert speaker on ESG & Sustainability in addition to impact investing, private equity, venture capital, capital raising, and investor relations. She holds a B.A. cum laude in Political Science & German Language from Furman University and a M.S.C. in European Studies, with an additional concentration in European Policy Making, from the London School of Economics (“LSE”). She is based in the Washington, D.C. area.