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Find out more about our Board of Trustees and discover who was part of the Development Committee which led to the establishment of FaithInvest, as well as how FaithInvest is funded



Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

Amy-Elizabeth Hagan is the Chief Financial Officer of the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus (also known as the Cabrini Sisters), a worldwide, mission-based and faith-based congregation of Catholic women founded in 1880. Previously she was Chief Financial Officer at Equality Now, an international NGO focusing on human and gender rights. She also served as Director of Sponsored Research Finance at Colgate University, a small, selective liberal arts college, and before that she was Chief Financial Officer at The Hunger Project, an international NGO focusing on food security and poverty. Her previous roles have included the international NGO Teach for All and the Rainforest Alliance, and she also spent ten years as an analyst in the United Nation's Peacekeeping Financing Division.


Council of Islamic Scholars of Indonesia

Hayu Prabowo is a corporate finance expert with more than 20 years in financial modelling on company valuations for mergers and acquisitions. He is currently a lecturer in Islamic Economics and Finance, with a social interest in sustainable financing. His interest in sustainable finance relates to his position as the Chairman of the Environmental and Natural Resources Board of the Council of Islamic Scholars of Indonesia (MUI), the nation's top Muslim clerical body. Before joining FaithInvest, he was the Vice President of Finance and IT as well as Vice President of Supply Chain Management for a multinational energy company.


Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies
United Kingdom

Shaunaka Rishi Das has been Director of the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies since 1997 and Hindu Chaplain to Oxford University since 2009. In 2013 he was appointed by the Government of India to be a member of the International Advisory Council of the Auroville Foundation, and was a Member of the Commission on Religion and Belief in British Public Life, Woolf Institute, Cambridge, from 2013 to 2015. He has served as Founder Trustee of Bhaktivedanta College, Belgium, Chair of the Northern Ireland Interfaith Forum, Trustee of the Interfaith Network UK, Editor of ISKCON Communications Journal and Convenor of the ISKCON Interfaith Commission.


United States

Dave Zellner is FaithInvest's Board Chairman. He has been with Wespath since 1997 and is responsible for the entire Investments Division, comprised of Investment Management, Investment Services and Sustainable Investment Strategies. Wespath provides retirement plans, investment solutions and health benefit plans rooted in the principles of The United Methodist Church. As CIO, Dave is responsible for executing and administering Wespath's investment Program as directed by its Investment Strategy Statement and Statement of Administrative Investment Policy. Former employers include Shell Oil Company where he managed equity portfolios for Shell's retirement plans, and Investment Research Company (an investment management firm), where he was a portfolio manager and responsible for managing the firm's investment operations.


Board of Trustees Advisor
United States

Mike Even is an investment professional with more than 35 years' industry experience. He was FaithInvest's Director of Strategy and Investment Research until March 2023. Previously, he was Chairman of Man Numeric Investors in Boston, US, a member of the Man Group Executive Committee and worked for Citigroup for nine years, building a global asset management organisation. After Citi merged with Travelers, he became global CIO of the Private Bank and then global CIO for, and co-head of, Citigroup Asset Management, overseeing investment teams running more than $500B in client assets. In 2002, Mike's work with Citi Private Bank brought him into contact with ARC, leading to a decade and a half of collaboration. He serves on the investment committees of the Massachusetts Pension Reserves Management Board and the Trustees of the Reservation.


FaithInvest is funded by grant funding from a range of charitable foundations, such as Porticus, GHR Foundation, Rufford Foundation and the Golden Bottle Trust, as well as by organisations for joint projects, such as the Laudato Si' Movement, the Vatican's Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development and WWF UK.


FaithInvest was founded as a result of a landmark meeting of faith investors, investment specialists, the United Nations and NGOs in Zug, Switzerland in October 2017. Following the Zug meeting, a development committee, made up of faith-based members and investment professionals, was formed to shape FaithInvest. We became a legal entity in spring 2019 and achieved charitable status in December 2019. 



By donating to FaithInvest, your gift helps us develop the free-to-access tools, programmes and resources needed to support faith groups as across as wide a range of geographies and capacities as possible. We are very grateful for any support you can give us.

Sincere thanks from everyone at FaithInvest!

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