In fall 2016, several Atlanta colleagues convened to confront a shared concern that impact investing was not developing in Georgia at the pace seen elsewhere. We decided to launch a sustained, collective effort to encourage impact investing across the state. Working as an informal collaborative, we formed a Steering Committee that includes representation from key constituencies, identified several initial priorities, and launched the “Georgia Social Impact Collaborative” or GSIC. GSIC’s purpose is to be a catalyst for the development of Georgia’s impact investing ecosystem.

Name Position
Sam Moss (Chair) Senior Director of Finance, the Cousins Foundation; Executive-in-Residence, the Goizueta Business School
Brian Cayce Venture Capitalist, Gray Ghost Ventures
Mark Crosswell (Project Lead, Mapping Initiative) Managing Director, Social Impact Strategy, Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta
Charlton Cunningham Director, Oust Labs
Diana Champ Davis VP of Capacity and CFO, Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta
John Hardman Managing Director, Woodleaf Partners
Suzanna Stribling Executive Director, the Wilbur and Hilda Glenn Family Foundation; Chair, Georgia Grantmakers Alliance
David Weitnauer President, the R.H. Dobbs, Jr. Foundation
Jeff Woodward Partner, Taylor English Duma LLP
Lesley Grady (Community Advisor) EVP-Community, Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta