Calvert Impact Capital adds Morgan Stanley Investment Management executive to Board of Directors
November 14, 2023
Calvert Impact announced the appointment of Lisa Winslow, the Global Chief Operating Officer of Public Markets at Morgan Stanley Investment Management, to the Calvert Impact Capital Board of Directors. Calvert Impact Capital is the issuer of the Community Investment Note, a fixed income note, which has invested over $2.5 billion in support of mission-driven organizations that advance social, economic, and environmental justice since its foundation in 1995.
"Lisa brings deep knowledge of traditional investment management, business management and leadership to the Calvert Impact Capital board," said Jennifer Pryce, CEO of Calvert Impact. "Her addition will advance our capabilities as we expand our work and mission."
In her role, Winslow is responsible for running the day-to-day operational functions and executing business strategy for the Global Public Markets franchise. Additionally, she co-chairs the Morgan Stanley Investment Management Philanthropy Committee, participating in key initiatives with strategic philanthropic partners to engage employees in giving back to the community.
Prior to joining Morgan Stanley, Winslow was a trader on the corporate loan desk at Merrill Lynch. Previously, she spent more than a decade at Merrill in a variety of roles within debt capital markets, corporate strategy, and risk management.
"I am honored to be joining the board of Calvert Impact Capital. They are a leader in impact investing and are making a real societal and economical change," said Winslow. "I am excited about the potential of Calvert Impact Capital and am looking forward to joining as they advance their efforts."
Winslow is the ninth woman on Calvert Impact Capital's board, which is now 70% female. Calvert Impact Capital began the journey to increase the number of women on its board after releasing the landmark report, Just Good Investing. Data collected in this report demonstrated an alignment between financial performance and reduced risk when there were more than 30% women in leadership positions.