Giselle Leung serves as a Director at the Global Impact Investing Network (GIIN), a not-for-profit organization dedicated to increasing the scale and effectiveness of impact investing. In this leadership role, she oversees development and ImpactBase (the GIIN’s searchable online database of impact investment vehicles), and manages relationships with key strategic partners. She was previously the founding manager of the GIIN Investors’ Council, a leadership group for active large-scale impact investors.

Prior to joining the GIIN, Giselle was Manager at Enterprise Solutions to Poverty (ESP), where she worked with leading companies in India, Colombia, Mexico and China to build inclusive business strategies that engage the poor in areas of agribusiness, microfinance and social enterprise. Giselle began her career at Cambridge Associates providing investment portfolio analysis to large non-profit endowments, and was a business strategy consultant at Braun Consulting. Giselle also served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Panama where she advised rural artisan groups on business operations, marketing and sales. Giselle holds an MBA and a Master of International Affairs from Columbia Business School and The School of International and Public Affairs, and a BA in psychology from Harvard University.