Julia Wilkinson

Founder and CEO

Julia Wilkinson is an impact investor and consultant with over a decade of experience in cultivating startup businesses and investors to enact profitable, measureable, real-world change.

Her passion for futurism and social change drives her commitment to shape the world’s future through thought leadership, philanthropy, and investing.

Julia brings to the table deep knowledge of capital markets. For 6 years she worked in private wealth management at Goldman Sachs on a team with $1.5B in assets under management, trading across asset classes and leading project management duties. She also has 4 years experience in venture capital & private equity investing in emerging markets. Julia is board chair of Finance for Good Brazil, a nonprofit that supports Brazil’s social finance ecosystem, and a partner of Social Venture Partners Miami. She has a BA in diplomatic history from University of Pennsylvania and a MPA from Columbia School of International and Public Affairs.

Through imvest, Julia helps clients to integrate impact towards the Sustainable Development Goals within their community, foundation, enterprise, or family office.

Languages: English, Spanish & Portuguese

Kathleen Ford


Kathleen Ford is a results-driven leader who has a strong background in building long-standing partnerships that generate new business and deepen existing relationships. Kathleen is a respected business professional who successfully champions, plans and executes process and product growth initiatives in diverse business lines including retail, technology, eCommerce, fulfillment, non-profits, marketing and arts education.

Her 20+ years in complex technical product and project management has given her the right tools to design and implement the right business strategies, plans and procedures as well as establish policies that promote company culture and vision. She is using that knowledge to support Julia and imvest in the day to day and enable growth.

Kathleen has a BA from the University of Delaware and has traveled the world helping retailers and companies excel.

Alana Libow


Alana Libow is a design for sustainable growth & impact innovation investment expert. Today, she is the Founder & Chief Strategist of Forefront Sustainable Development (FSD), positioning entities from governments to global brands at the forefront of sustainable development & growth across the Americas and The Caribbean. FSD activates “impact investing” by identifying ahead of the curve sustainable growth opportunities, co-designing innovations, securing strategic partners, & deploying solutions. Alana is also actively engaged with Israel’s cutting edge impact technologies – working to bridge those to the Miami/LATAM/Caribbean region.

Previously and for nearly a decade, Alana served as the founding sustainable development executive for Danone’s U.S.A. arm. She established and led the business’ sustainable growth strategy, innovation, activation, & business development. Alana’s CPG tenure provides her with fluency across the value chain, stakeholders, private sector market competitiveness, brand positioning, and corporate VCs and start-ups. Alana also has curated deep expertise across food systems (farms to food deserts), the circular economy, social innovation, and design thinking (via collaborative work with IDEO).

Her tenure in the field of sustainable growth includes early work at the forefront of ESG investment analytics and advisory services as a non-traditional equity analyst at Innovest Strategic Value Advisors, consulting for Winston Eco-Strategies; and microfinance (MF) work in Bolivia.

She holds an MBA from The Wharton School; A.B. in Anthropology from Washington University in St. Louis; an Executive degree from MIT’s Sloan School of Business focused on “Strategies for Sustainable Business”; and a “Fundamentals in Design Thinking” Certification from IDEO. Alana is a Senior Impact Investment Advisor to TheMFO, a multi-family office; an advisor to LocalTAU, a local arm of the American Friends of Tel Aviv University (TAU), and serves as an advisor to the Indigenous Fellows of MIT’s SOLVE.

Kevin Webb


Kevin Webb has served as an advisor and investor to social entrepreneurs that are leading change in education, sustainable cities/communities and responsible consumption/production. His valuation consulting and capital markets experience supports entrepreneurs across each stage of business growth while working towards the Sustainable Development Goals.

During his time in valuation consulting, he has valued hundreds of start-ups and advised on business strategy, both in the U.S. and in emerging markets, with a focus on enterprise and consumer technology.

During his time in real estate investment banking, he played a key role in the execution of over $10 billion in capital markets, mergers and acquisitions and private equity transactions in the affordable housing, student housing and commercial real estate industries, to name a few.

Kevin has a B.S. in Business Management, Finance, from Babson College.