Kristine joined NEPC in 2008, with investment experience dating back to 2002. Kristine is a member of NEPC’s Endowment and Foundation consulting practice and focuses on leading research efforts for our philanthropic clients. She works with clients on developing investment policies, conducting asset allocation studies with a focus on integrating spending requirements, investment manager due diligence, and research projects. Kristine is a member of NEPC’s Women’s Leadership Forum and the Co-Head of NEPC’s Impact Investing Committee. Kristine is a frequent speaker at industry conferences on the topic of Impact Investing. She is often featured and quoted in industry publications, including Institutional Investor. Most recently, she published an Op-Ed in Wealth Management titled “New Decade, New Fundamentals for Investing” defining three pillars that will be the largest drivers of investment success: sustainability, diversity and inclusion, and innovation.
Prior to joining NEPC, Kristine was employed at Wellington Management Company, LLP working as a Research Associate in the Equity Portfolio Management department. She also previously worked as a researcher and grant writer for Think:Kids, of Massachusetts General Hospital. Outside of work, Kristine serves as mentor for Girls Who Invest, is an active volunteer with her alma mater, Simmons University, and previously served on the board for the Student Leadership Training Program.
Kristine earned her M.B.A. from the Darden Graduate School of Business at the University of Virginia, and her B.A. in Finance and Economics from Simmons University (formerly Simmons College).