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Beth deBeer is an impact consultant and financial advisor. She has advised family offices, foundations, venture capital funds and mission-driven enterprises on how to integrate impact investing practices into asset management.
Beth’s career in impact investing began with research on early-stage impact assessment commissioned by Echoing Green and The Rockefeller Foundation. She co-authored a Review of Impact Measurement Methodologies and Metrics Toward a Total Portfolio produced by Blue Haven Initiative, contributed to the World Economic Forum’s Primer for Family Offices and has been published in the Stanford Social Innovation Review for her work on impact investing and family offices.
Beth founded iImpact Consulting Network as a platform for impact consultants around the world to share knowledge, resources, and opportunities. Previously, she worked with a range of impact players from grassroots NGOs in northern Thailand to multilaterals such as the United Nations and non-profits including Harlem Children Zone. Beth served as Director of Research for Criterion Institute, an action think tank at the forefront of gender lens investing. In this role she worked with institutions including the Wharton Social Impact Initiative on how to build evidence and advance the field. She has guest lectured multiple times at Columbia University in New York on the topic of impact investing and impact measurement.
Beth is a Series 65 Investment Advisor Representative, holds a Bachelor's degree in Organizational Studies from the University of Michigan, and a Master’s degree in Public Administration from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs.