Emily DeMasi

photoPort­fo­lio Manager

Emily imple­ments invest­ment pol­icy in port­fo­lios with dif­fer­ing finan­cial objec­tives and social con­cerns, and attends to reg­u­lar com­mu­ni­ca­tions with clients while main­tain­ing sys­tems and con­trols for all aspects of port­fo­lio man­age­ment and com­pli­ance with best prac­tices. She also assists in screen­ing and share­holder advo­cacy. Pre­vi­ously, she worked as a senior devel­op­ment and pol­icy asso­ciate at Bridge­way Cap­i­tal, a Com­mu­nity Devel­op­ment Finan­cial Insti­tu­tion (CDFI) in Pitts­burgh, PA. There she helped develop new loan pro­grams through research and grant writ­ing, iden­ti­fied new sources of cap­i­tal for Bridgeway’s exist­ing loan pro­grams, and worked on pub­lic pol­icy issues. Her diverse back­ground includes work as a pri­vate equity place­ment asso­ciate at Triago LLC in New York, as well as a Peace Corps vol­un­teer in Ivory Coast, West Africa. Emily received her MBA with High Hon­ors and MA of Social and Pub­lic Pol­icy from Duquesne Uni­ver­sity and focused her Master’s the­sis on cor­po­rate social respon­si­bil­ity in com­mer­cial banks. She received her BA in Inter­na­tional Rela­tions from Boston Uni­ver­sity. Out­side of work she enjoys explor­ing the city with her hus­band and chil­dren, read­ing about the lat­est sus­tain­abil­ity issues, and play­ing the guitar.