FJC is pleased to announce the appointment of Brinda Ganguly to its Board of Directors. With over 20 years of experience in the investment space, particularly in impact investing, Brinda will bring her deep expertise and commitment to social change to help guide FJC’s growth and strategic direction.
Brinda serves as Executive Vice President for the Strategic Investments Group at New York City Economic Development Corporation. She has held key positions at Elevar Equity, The Rockefeller Foundation, Living Cities, Open Society Foundation, Citigroup, and Charles River Associates. Brinda holds a BA in economics and Spanish from Bryn Mawr College and an MBA from Columbia Business School.
“We are thrilled to add Brinda, a longtime, committed impact investing professional, to FJC’s Board of Directors,” said Sam Marks, Chief Executive Officer of FJC. “As a practitioner, Brinda has helped the field accelerate and evolve, and we’re excited that she will now guide FJC’s continued evolution.”
Brinda Ganguly said: “It’s clear that a platform like FJC has enormous potential to make a difference when it can harness the right partners and resources. I look forward to working with Sam, the FJC board, and the team to see what’s possible.”
FJC – A Foundation of Philanthropic Funds (FJC) is a boutique public charity offering donor-advised funds, nonprofit lending, and fiscal sponsorship services. FJC has a long-standing reputation as a catalyst for impact, providing flexible and efficient fiscal sponsorship services and uniquely customizable donor-advised funds to its stakeholders. Donor-advised funds (DAFs) allow individuals and organizations to make tax-deductible contributions to FJC, which are then distributed to charities the donor recommends. Fiscal sponsorship enables new and innovative charitable projects to receive donations and grants under FJC’s legal and financial umbrella, allowing them to focus on their mission and impact. The organization has been a pioneer in bringing impact investing to the DAF industry, deploying funds in its donors’ accounts as bridge loans, revolving funds, and recoverable grants.
Brinda’s appointment to the FJC Board of Directors reinforces the organization’s commitment to leveraging finance as a tool for social change and expanding its impact.