Choosing a Career with Impact

by Net Impact


Thu, Apr 7, 2016

6 PM – 8 PM

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S480, Haas School of Business, 2220 Piedmont Ave, Berkeley, CA 94720

2220 Piedmont Avenue, Berkeley, CA 94720, United States

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From NGOs to b-corp, to Fortune 500 companies there is room to make a difference. Come and join us for a discussion about social impact. Our panelists will be talking about defining, measuring, accelerating and scaling impact across different industries.

Come join our distinguished panelists in an engaging conversation about their experiences and outlook for the field.

6:00pm Arrival + Check-in
6:10pm Intros
6:20pm Moderated Panel + Audience Q&A
7:15pm - 8pm Networking
(complimentary drinks and appetizers will be served)

The Executive Education classroom is located at the Haas School of Business. From the Piedmont Ave. archway, enter the building on the left, then turn right and follow the hallway. The room is on your left.


S480, Haas School of Business, 2220 Piedmont Ave, Berkeley, CA 94720

2220 Piedmont Avenue, Berkeley, CA 94720, United States


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Steve Wright

Community Lead


Steve has worked in the social sector for more than 25 years. His work has spanned education (high school teacher and administrator), corporate philanthropy and international development. He has held leadership positions at the Foundation and the Grameen Foundation. Steve is a recognized leader with deep experience in social sector technology, impact measurement, social enterprise and impact investment.

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Asad Ramzanali

Manager, Financial Solutions Lab

Center for Financial Services Innovation (CFSI)

As a Manager, Asad guides CFSI's entrepreneur outreach and support for the Financial Solutions Lab. Asad is passionate about how technology and innovative business models can transform peoples' financial lives like never before.

Prior to joining CFSI, Asad was at Intuit where he worked in Product Management and Marketing, as part of the Intuit's Rotational Development Program. Most recently, he spent a couple of years as part of the Corporate Strategy & Development group.

When not working, Asad enjoys reading, traveling, and exploring San Francisco. He earned his B.A. at the University of California, Los Angeles, where he studied economics and global studies.

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Brittney Riley

US Director

Village Capital

Brittney is the US Director at Village Capital. She oversees Village Capital’s work in finding and supporting US startups in the five sectors that receive investment from Vilcap Investments. She started at Village Capital in India, and since January 2014 has worked with over 200 companies around the world. Prior to supporting early-stage startups, Brittney worked to launch and grow them. Most notably, she helped launch Snapguide (acquired), leading it’s user growth, and lead growth and marketing at Zipongo for their first product launch. She graduated from the Jackson School of International Studies at the University of Washington.

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Emily Tucker



Emily is the CEO of TaroWorks. TaroWorks is an mobile data collection tool that enables non-profits and social businesses to collect data, monitor their impact, and manage their field operations in real-time. Since its launch in 2013, 70 organizations across 30 countries have used TaroWorks to support and improve the lives of 3.5 million poor beneficiaries.

Prior to TaroWorks, Emily built and was Head of Product for, an open-source core banking system for microfinance organizations. Before that, she was Senior Manager of's “Marketplace” business which enabled individuals and e-commerce companies to sell products through

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