Tommy is a second-year international business student at The Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy focusing on strategic management and corporate finance. Prior to enrolling at Fletcher, Tommy was the Deputy Director of Partnerships & Development at Last Mile Health, an organization operating in Liberia whose mission is to save lives in the world’s most remote communities. In this capacity, Tommy oversaw Last Mile Health’s frontline fundraising portfolio, which he helped grow from $3M to $17.5M annually over four years through a variety of avenues, including key partnerships with major US corporate partners. Previously, Tommy was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Lesotho from 2011 – 2013, where he worked with the Ministry of Agriculture and Food Security to establish small-scale agri-business projects with young farmers.
Madhuri is a Masters candidate of International Business at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy where her concentrations include Development Economics and Business for Social Impact. Madhuri’s current academic focus is on the spectrum of impact investment and the range of involvement of various stakeholders. As a research associate with the Institute for Business in a Global Context at Fletcher School, Madhuri has been involved with landscaping the relevance and benefits of public investment in technology in various sectors. Madhuri has experience working with Dalberg Global Develoment Advisors in Nairobi, Kenya within the public health space, with Credit Suisse as an AVP with the Emerging Markets Risk team and with Goldman Sachs.
Madhuri holds an MBA from the Indian Institute of Management, Kozhikode, India and a Bachelors in Arts from Shri Ram College of Commerce, University of Delhi where she majored in Economics.
Ming is Chinese and joins Fletcher straight after her undergrad studies in Economics. Her career interest lies in socially responsible investment. Prior to Fletcher she had experience in designing sovereign bonds during consultations for a multinational health organization, and she will continue this interest by joining Professor Patrick Schena’s behavioral finance research on sovereign funds managers’ short-term mindsets vis-a-vis its long-term mandate. Currently she works as a graduate investment analyst for Fidelity Investment and hopes to create synergies with her work in FSIG
Masrura Oishi is a social innovation practitioner with over 5 years of experience in designing and launching social change initiatives, specializing on technology adaptation in challenging contexts. She is a Manager, Innovation Ecosystem and Partnerships at BRAC Social Innovation Lab, currently on study leave, pursuing her Masters in Business for Social Impact and Designing for Social Innovation at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University. She is an SDG-4 Global Talent at UNLEASH, an international youth network supported by Dalberg and the UN. Oishi is also an Advisor at Alokito Hridoy Foundation, an award-winning social enterprise aiming to transform classroom experience in underprivileged primary schools in Bangladesh. Her eccentric career choices also took her to journalism, hosting radio shows and teaching high-schoolers.
Mohit is a first year MALD candidate. At Fletcher, he is specializing in Impact Investing & Social Finance with a regional focus on Africa and Asia. He is passionate to support transformative and promising ventures focused on underserved customers in emerging markets in an impact investor and advisory role. Currently, Mohit is part of Fletcher’s MBA Impact Investing Network & Training (MIINT) team competing with ~35 business and graduate global schools. Before joining Fletcher, he worked as a digital financial inclusion consultant for six years in India, Bangladesh, Malawi, and Uganda.
Rebecca is a Master of International Business candidate at the Fletcher School, where she focuses on finance and development economics. Prior to enrolling at Fletcher, Rebecca managed the CEO office and Board of Directors at the Global Impact Investing Network (the GIIN), where she also helped to develop the organization’s first three-year strategic plan. While at the GIIN, Rebecca organized a market-defining convening with industry leaders at the Rockefeller Foundation’s Bellagio Center as well as a forum to increase engagement of government donor agencies in the impact investment field. Before joining the GIIN, she worked as the Board and Governance Liaison at Amnesty International USA. Rebecca graduated from New York University in 2014 with a dual degree in Politics and French and a minor in economics