We took a look at the Top 10 most-read posts of all time on SocialFinance.ca and realized something surprising. Of all of our posts—pieces on the ins and outs of microfinance, deep-dives on social impact bonds and thoughtful analyses on the state of Islamic finance—two of the pieces that made the top ten were job postings; offerings of employment either from the MaRS Centre for Impact Investing or from our friends at SiG.
... Katie Gibson (MBA'07): Impact Finance Lab Fellow
What she’s up to at the Centre:
While serving as the Impact Finance Lab fellow, Katie is building out the Impact Finance Lab, which will provide strategic support to systems changing impact investing initiatives and infrastructure projects in Canada.
... Katie recently returned from Cambodia where she ran a consultancy helping local and international non-governmental organisations increase their impact. She has been involved in social change work for over 15 years, including serving as the Deputy Director of an advocacy organisation and on the board of a number of community groups. She has also practiced law and clerked at the Supreme Court of Canada. Katie studied Anthropology at Harvard University and received her law degrees and an M.B.A. from McGill University.
Read full article: Social Finance, July 4, 2013