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    David Kyle
    David Kyle is Chief Operating Officer at the Calvert Foundation. Prior to joining the Calvert Foundation in 2011, David lived in Hyderabad, India for three years, where he was the Founder and CEO of the Indian School Finance Company (www.isfc.in), a for-profit finance company that provides medium term debt capital to private schools serving very low-income families. The ISFC was the most recent in a string of start-ups David has led over the past 20 years, starting with a full service commercial bank in Lisbon, Portugal; building Citibank’s first intranet systems in the mid-1990s, which he did from London; establishing a new country organization for Save the Children in Brazil; and, as COO and Chief Investment Officer, launching New York-based Acumen Fund where he was responsible for building out the firm’s local operations in East Africa, India, Pakistan and New York. Prior to beginning his career in social enterprise in 2001, David spent 20 years in the corporate and investment bank of Citibank, working successively in Brazil, Hong Kong, Saudi Arabia, Portugal and the UK. David went to Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut and has an MA in International Relations from Johns Hopkins University.
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    Sam Moss
    Sam is currently Senior Director of Finance at East Lake Foundation/CF Foundation and President of Impact Advisory Services, where he works with foundations and organizations on a broad range of projects, frequently around impact investment and social enterprise.  Previously, at Gray Ghost Ventures, a $200 million Family Office based in Atlanta, Sam was a member of the senior team investing in microfinance and in early stage enterprises in the developing world focused on underserved populations. He also served as Board President of Gray Matters Capital, a related operating foundation, which structured a $10 million mission related investment portfolio and initiated and collaborated on projects in microfinance education, affordable private schools in India and promoting awareness of impact investing. Sam was the Founding Chairman of the International Association of Microfinance Investors (IAMFI) and served on the inaugural Investors Council of the Global Impact Investors Network (GIIN). He is active in social impact initiatives in Atlanta, the US and internationally. He spent more than 20 years at Wachovia Bank, where he held executive positions in International and Corporate Banking, Capital Markets and Wealth Management. Sam sits on the advisory boards of Oglethorpe University and Access to Capital for Entrepreneurs (ACE) and is the past Chairman of the Atlanta Arts Loan Fund. An active supporter of the arts and a cyclist, Sam is a graduate of Williams College and received a Doctor of Humane Letters from Allegheny College in 2010.