Katherine is a Partner with Brightspot Consultants, providing strategic planning and development support to organizations in the nonprofit sector. She has 20 years of experience working with organizations that advance social change, including leading Errecart Social Impact Consulting, and serving as Interim Executive Director for the Hire Opportunity Coalition, a national coalition of employers committed to hiring opportunity youth. Earlier in her career, Katherine served as a Director at FSG, a global strategy consulting firm that supports foundations, nonprofits, corporations and multi-sector groups in creating large-scale, lasting social change.
Within the community, Katherine currently serves on the Rye School Board, and as Program Committee Chair for Seacoast Outright, an organization that supports LGBTQ+ youth. She holds an MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth and a BA from Brown University, and lives in Rye with her husband and two children.
Antonia Esposito is a Director at Social Finance, a national impact investing and advisory services nonprofit organization. She leads a portfolio of education, healthcare and criminal justice engagements with nonprofit, investor and government clients, with a primary focus on assessing program impact, quantifying the value of critical outcomes, and developing outcomes-based contracting (often known as Pay for Success). Since joining the organization in 2016, her work at Social Finance has included projects to scale high-quality preschool and early literacy services, to improve birth outcomes and access to prenatal care services for Medicaid-eligible mothers, to advance degree completion and reduce juvenile justice interactions for at-risk youth, and to scale best-in-class reentry interventions for ex-offenders.
Prior to Social Finance, Antonia was an Investment Associate and Associate Director at Cambridge Associates, providing investment consulting services to a variety of non-profit, private wealth and pension clients with assets ranging from $50 million to over $90 billion (including her favorite client, the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation). While at Cambridge Associates, Antonia also served for two years as a manager for the Boston investment associates, overseeing hiring, staffing, performance evaluations and setting the strategic direction for the 80- to 90-person group. Prior to Cambridge Associates, Antonia was a corps member with Teach for America, where she taught sixth grade special education math in Kansas City’s Hickman Mills School District, and served as the Special Education Content Leader for the Kansas City corps. Antonia graduated cum laude with honors from Harvard College with a B.A. in English.
Laurie Gabriel, Chair
Retired Managing Partner, Wellington Management Company; Former President, Quantitative Discussion Group; Former President, Boston Security Analysts Society; Former Executive Committee and Investment Committee, Tufts University Board of Trustees; Former Board Chair and Campaign Co-Chair, The Nature Conservancy – New Hampshire; Board and Investment Committee member, Appalachian Mountain Club; Board member, New Hampshire Public Radio; Member emeritus, Tufts University Board of Trustees and Alumni Council
Kristin is an experienced institutional investor and corporate leader, working closely with endowments, foundations and families on advising investment portfolios and leading teams of senior research professionals. Most recently, Kristin was with Prime Buchholz LLC, an investment consulting firm, where she was an active member of the Board, Executive Committee, Investment and Mission-Aligned Committees, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Council, and investment research team. Her professional experience also includes corporate strategy, advisory, and equity research.
Within the community, Kristin is actively engaged with Rye Education Foundation (REF), which seeks to fund unique educational opportunities for students in Rye’s public schools. She is currently the President of REF, and has also held the role of Treasurer. Kristin lives in Rye, NH with her husband, John-Michael, and her three children.
Partner and Wealth Advisor, Artemis Financial Advisors; President, Catalina Leadership; Former Managing Director, Pax Ellevate Management; Former Senior Vice President, Pax World Management; Former Vice President, Goldman Sachs; Former Vice President, Alex. Brown; Executive Committee and Fund Development Chair, Forte Foundation; Co-Chair, Women Working for Oceans; Towson University, B.S.
Retired president and CEO, Albany International Corporation; Former president, Bentley University; Former senior policy analyst, White House Office of Science and Technology; Former board member, University System of New Hampshire, Tufts Medical Center, Waltham Hospital, Massachusetts High Tech Council and Albany Medical Center; Yale University, B.A.
Erika is a partner, a member of the Executive Team, and serves as chief investment officer of sustainable investing and as a portfolio manager in the Boston office at Brown Advisory. She manages balanced accounts for private and institutional clients. Erika has worked in the investment management industry since 1996. Prior to Brown Advisory, she was an investment advisor at Silver Bridge Advisors. Erika started her career at MFS Investment Management before working in sell-side Equity Research for eight years following large cap pharmaceuticals, household products, consumer and retail sectors at Schroder & Co and then UBS Investment Bank. More recently, she was an analyst following consumer and retail companies at a hedge fund, Balyasny Asset Management. Since 2010, a focus of Erika’s has been researching investment options in the sustainability industry and helping clients build portfolios that are aligned with their mission and values.
In September 2021, Michael became the Vice President for Finance & Operations and Treasurer of Williams College in Williamstown, MA. Previously Mike was CFO for Dartmouth College in Hanover. He joined Dartmouth in 2001 and has held positions as vice president for finance, chief financial officer of the Geisel School of Medicine and as Dartmouth’s controller. Prior to joining Dartmouth, he was a Senior Manager in the Boston office of PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP. He graduated from Amherst College with a BA in economics and a masters from Northeastern University in accounting. Michael and his wife Laura Rice have three children and reside in Hanover.
Managing Partner and Co-Founder, WestView Capital Partners; Former Partner, Tudor Investment Corporation; Former Managing Director, Triumph Capital Group; Former Associate, Drexel Burnham Lambert; Yale University, B.S.; University of Pennsylvania, M.B.A.