Jen Field is Director of Social Impact at GLG where she develops and leads the company's partnerships with nonprofits, foundations and social enterprises. Previously, Jen was a Vice President in the Office of Corporate Engagement at Goldman Sachs, which houses the Goldman Sachs Foundation. Jen's experience also includes serving as Special Assistant and Personal Aide to Vice President Dick Cheney, as a Foreign Affairs Advisor in the U.S. Mission to the United Nations, and as the John Whitehead Intern at the Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy. Jen earned an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management and holds a bachelors degree from Yale University. She is on the Advisory Boards of The Resolution Project and Concordia Summit.
Rachel Wald leads GLG’s Social Impact Fellowship. Prior to joining GLG, Rachel was the Metrics Manager at Grassroots Business Fund in Washington D.C., where she focused on collecting and analyzing social impact data. She has also developed impact metrics strategies and strategic plans for various organizations across the sector. Rachel earned a Masters in Global Policy Studies from the LBJ School of Public Affairs in Austin and holds a bachelors degree from Duke University. Her graduate work included field research in microfinance in Peru and institutional capacity building in Senegal and Gambia. Before pursuing her graduate degree, Rachel was on the founding team of The Mission Continues, a national nonprofit that empowers post-9/11 veterans to transform their lives by serving others and directly impacting their communities.