Finance for Impact
Priscille is currently a Fellow with Finance for Impact. She specializes in social entrepreneurship, in the empowerment of farming communities, and in sustainability reporting and impact measurement. With Finance for Impact, she participates in research project related to the Blue Economy, looking at how to drive private investments and develop sustainable maritime activities.
Prior to Finance for Impact, Priscille worked with social entrepreneurs, farmers, NGOs and private foundations in Panama, India, Cambodia and France, where she conducted impact assessments and program evaluations, and combined field work with desk research to devise strategic recommendations adapted to local contexts. During her time at university, she helped set-up two innovative food startups and designed their sustainability and zero-waste strategies. She also got exposed to the fields of sustainable finance and impact investing, participating to though-provoking conferences, meeting academics and professionals pushing for improved reporting frameworks, and juried a sustainability reporting contest with Finance Montreal.
Priscille recently graduated from McGill University where she pursued a cross-disciplinary degree in Political Science, Sustainable Development and Social Entrepreneurship. She speaks French, English, Italian and Spanish fluently, and has basic knowledge in German.