Esusu Savings - Our Team

Our Team

Advisory

Beth Simone Noveck
Beth Simone Noveck
Director, The Governance Lab

Beth Simone Noveck directs the Governance Lab (GovLab) and its MacArthur Research Network on Opening Governance. She is a Professor in Technology, Culture, and Society at New York University's Tandon School of Engineering and a Fellow at NYU's Institute for Public Knowledge. New Jersey governor Phil Murphy appointed her as the state's first Chief Innovation Officer in 2018. Previously, Beth served in the White House as the first United States Deputy Chief Technology Officer and director of the White House Open Government Initiative under President Obama. UK Prime Minister David Cameron appointed her senior advisor for Open Government.

Cara Kennedy Cuomo
Cara Kennedy Cuomo
Associate at 17 Asset Management

Cara is an associate at 17 Asset Management, which invests in the SDGs while achieving market returns. Previously she traveled between five continents to work on the SDGs for a United Nations initiative, and has experience in social entrepreneurship, having founded a company to counter food insecurity in Boston. Cara holds a A.B. from Harvard College, where she was on the sailing team.

Richard C. Walker, III
Richard C. Walker, III
Retired, SVP Boston FED

Richard Walker has served at the Boston Fed for 27 years. He previously held executive positions at the Massachusetts Housing Partnership, Tufts University's Lincoln Filene Center for Citizenship and Public Affairs, and the Greater Roxbury Development Corporation. In 2000, Richard joined the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority board of directors, and in 2007, he became a Bunker Hill Community College trustee. Long involved in promoting fair and equal access to credit, he has played leadership roles in the development of Federal Reserve videos, a publication designed to help banks avoid discriminatory lending practices, and the Working Cities Challenge.

Scott Taitel
Scott Taitel
Clinical Prof. & Director, NYU

Scott Taitel is Clinical Professor of Public Service and Director of Social Impact, Innovation & Investment at the NYU Wagner Graduate School of Public Policy. As former COO for the Clinton Foundation’s Enterprise Partnership, Professor Taitel was responsible for establishing impact investment funds and the oversight of a portfolio of social enterprises as well as economic development, health and nutrition projects throughout the developing world.

Prior to joining the Clinton Foundation, Professor Taitel was a managing partner of an international venture capital firm and held numerous senior executive roles in both private and public multinational technology companies.

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