Dominique Carrie joined Social Finance’s international development team in October 2016 and has since worked on various projects including two development impact bonds in Cameroon (neonatal health improvement through the Kangaroo Mother Care method) and Rajasthan (maternal and neonatal health), and WASH-related projects. She has worked with a wide range of stakeholders, including governments, foundations, development institutions and social enterprises.
During her MBA, she worked as a summer investment associate at Acumen’s West Africa team in Ghana, performing due diligence on several ventures in the renewable energy, agriculture and sanitation sectors. She also worked part-time in two start-ups, Schole (early-stage company developing a chain of affordable and high-quality schools in East Africa) and CustoMem (biotech venture developing water filtration systems).
Prior to her MBA, she worked for four years as an investment analyst at Orbis, a private asset management firm, where she analyzed and valuated listed companies in various sectors. She also passed all three levels of the CFA examinations.
She holds a Bachelor in Business Administration from HEC Montreal, an MSc in Finance from LSE and an MBA from London Business School.