Generation Investment Management
Daniela leads Generation’s advocacy work on Sustainable Capitalism through The Generation Foundation. Daniela has been actively researching and writing on the intersection of finance and sustainability since 2003 and has experience in both fields. Prior to joining Generation, Daniela was with Goldman Sachs in the investment banking legal group. Previously, she focused on human rights and social justice work as part of Professor Alan Dershowitz’s research team at Harvard Law School. Daniela received her B.A. from Brown University (honors) and her M.B.A. from Harvard Business School. While at Brown, Daniela developed and helped teach a pioneering course on Social Entrepreneurship and wrote an honors thesis titled Corporate Social Responsibility on Wall Street: A Must. During her graduate work at Harvard, she was part of a leading team of researchers on the topic of corporate sustainability disclosure and was a co-editor of The Landscape of Integrated Reporting: Reflections and Next Steps (Boston: Harvard Business School, 2010). Daniela is an advisory board member at the Resolution Project, a nonprofit organization empowering young social entrepreneurs globally.