Director, Recoverable Grants and Partnerships
Emma leads CapShift’s exploration of recoverable grants and the ways donor advised funds can leverage them to grow their impact. Additionally, she cultivates partnerships with leading philanthropic and impact investing organizations for CapShift. Previously, as a Joint Fellow with CapShift and PRIME Coalition, Emma designed a conceptual plan to leverage the recoverable grant structure to make catalytic investments into deeply impactful enterprises. The potential for philanthropy and private markets to converge and drive systemic impact excites Emma and motivates her work in the field. Emma graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Virginia, where she was an Echols Scholar and a Trustees Committee Chair.