Rashmi Khare

Rashmi Khare Headshot

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Vice President, Impact Advisory

2015

  • Impact Advisory
  • Public Sector

Children & Families, Homelessness, Public Safety & Reentry

Rashmi Khare is Vice President of Impact Advisory at Social Finance, focused on advising and designing projects with government to drive social progress. In collaboration with elected officials, policymakers, civic leaders, community members, philanthropies, and service providers, she leads teams towards coordinated outcomes-focused decision making. Rashmi is working on projects to reduce recidivism to the criminal and juvenile justice system, and birth-through-five initiatives.

Prior to Social Finance, Rashmi’s work reflects both finance and social sector commitments. She spent eleven years as a Fixed-Income Bond Trader with Fidelity Investments, trading a wide range of products on behalf of mutual fund shareholders. She managed both internal and external investment relationships, as well as creating and executing trading strategies. During her time with the Ulupono Initiative, Rashmi conducted due diligence on potential portfolio investments. She also served as a Kiva Fellow, placed with Accion East, the largest US microfinance lender. She currently sits on the board of a local nonprofit focused on women’s education.

Rashmi holds an MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, where she was a Center for Business and Society Fellow, and a BS in Economics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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Social Impact Bonds: The Early Years
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Social Impact Bonds: The Early Years

This paper outlines the history of SIBs, highlights how they have developed so far, and speculates what the future holds.

Annie Dear, Rashmi Khare, Alexandra Zaroulis, Gretchen Crosby Sims, Jane Newman, Ruth Lotan, and Alisa Helbitz