Minneapolis, MN – As a pioneer in impact investing, North Sky Capital (“North Sky”) is proud to help mentor the next generation of impact leaders and is pleased to announce that Robel Zewdie will be joining the firm as our 2023 Summer Intern.
Robel studies Finance & Accounting and Mathematics at the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management, where he also serves as Treasurer for the Ethiopian Student Association and the Co-Founder & Co-President of Students for Ethiopia. He plans to graduate in May 2025 with his Bachelor of Science in Business in Finance, Accounting & MIS and his Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics.
Off-campus, Robel is an active participant in the SEO (Sponsors for Educational Opportunity) EDGE program and has held several internships with local corporations including KPMG and Best Buy.
North Sky looks forward to welcoming Robel to the North Sky team this summer.
About North Sky Capital
North Sky Capital is a registered investment adviser and pioneer in impact investing. Now in its 24th year, North Sky has deployed more than $1.3 billion across more than 140 impact investments on behalf of its various impact funds. The firm has two flagship investment strategies: impact secondaries (private equity) and sustainable infrastructure. Both strategies support positive environmental and social change while targeting market rate investment returns. North Sky has been an active impact investor since the beginning of the modern era of private markets impact investing in 2005-6. The firm has offices in Minneapolis, Boston and Rotterdam. For more information, visit www.northskycapital.com.