Andrea Marmolejo is an impact investing and sustainability expert, founder of Blue Topaz Capital, an advisory business specialized in integrated financial, environmental and social investment strategies. Andrea advises asset owners and asset managers on the design and implementation of sustainable investment strategies and product development across the continuum of ESG, purpose-led and impact investments.
Mark Milstein, PhD is clinical professor of management and director of the Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise at the Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University. He conducts applied research in and oversees the center's work on market and enterprise creation; business development; clean technology commercialization; and sustainable finance. Mark serves on Cornell's Academic Programs and Policies Committee, Cornell's Atkinson Center for a Sustainable Future, Engaged Learning + Research at Cornell, Cornell's Public Engagement Council, and Cornell's Senior Leadership Climate Action Group. He earned a BA in economics and Japanese from the University of Michigan, an MBA in general management and an MS in natural resource policy from the University of Michigan's Corporate Environmental Management Program and PhD in strategic management from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Marquise is a designer, entrepreneur, and activist. As the Founder and Principal of the design studio Openbox, he created a company that represents a culmination of more than 20 years of experience in designing and implementing fresh models for businesses and cultural organizations. The Openbox vision is, above all, human-centered. Marquise also brings his passion for supporting diverse cultures and bringing about positive change to his many philanthropic and creative activities. From serving as a board member for the Lowline Underground Park to collaborating with his Openbox colleague, Petter Ringbom, on short films and feature-length documentaries to teaching with two Danish design schools: CIID in Copenhagen and the KaosPilot in Aarhus. He serves on the board for the Center for Healthcare Innovation and the Andrew Goodman Foundation.