Joyce Haboucha has managed global investment portfolios for more than thirty-five years, most recently as a Managing Director of Rockefeller & Co. of New York City where she managed the Sustainability Group. Since 1998, she has focused exclusively on Sustainability and Impact Investing incorporating environmental, social and governance criteria. At Rockefeller, she led the firm’s Active Ownership program which involved setting and implementing policy on proxy voting and engagement with companies on a wide range of concerns.
From 1987 to 1997, Joyce was a Senior Portfolio Manager and Co-Director of Socially Responsive Investment Services at Neuberger Berman where she developed and managed the firm’s socially responsive practice and its first socially responsive mutual fund. Prior to that, she had been a Vice President and Group Head of Personal Trust Investment at Manufacturers Hanover Trust Company and a Senior Investment Officer and Manager of Research at Union Trust Company.
Joyce is a Chartered Financial Analyst and a member of the CFA Society of New York. She serves on the Board of CDP North America, on the Advisory Boards of the Heron Foundation’s Community Investment Index and the International Corporate Governance Network. She is an Ambassador of the International Integrated Reporting Council. She has also been a member of the Investment Policy Committee of the Financial Women’s Association and the Advisory Committee of the Socially Responsible Investment Fund of the Haas Business School of the University of California at Berkeley. She is a former chairperson of the Social Venture Network and has served on the Investment Committee of the United Methodist Church, the Board of FTSE4GOOD USA Advisory Committee and several non-profit organizations.
Joyce received her B.A. in Comparative Literature from Columbia University and pursued graduate studies in finance at Pace University. She is a member of the CFA Institute and the New York and International Societies of Security Analysts.