Justin Rockefeller has run special relations at Addepar, a Silicon Valley-based technology company reinventing the tools to aggregate and analyze financial data, since 2012. Addepar is a wealth management platform that provides investment professionals with the tools required to manage complex global portfolios.
In March 2013, Mr. Rockefeller co-founded The ImPact, whose mission is to increase the probability and pace of solving social problems by improving the flow of capital to businesses creating measurable social impact. The ImPact is a nonprofit/NGO membership organization comprised of investors who pledge to make impact investments, track their social impact and financial progress, and share those data with others who have made The Pact.
He is also a venture partner at Richmond Global, LLC, a global venture capital firm focusing on technology-enabled services and mobile technologies with applications in the United States and across major emerging markets. He serves on the boards of Japan Society and the international council of The Museum of Modern Art. He is a “TEDster,” and an Americas Business Council Foundation Fellow.
Prior to working at Addepar, Justin was principal at Richmond Global, LLC; investments included Addepar, AdChina, and Buuteeq. Previously, he was vice president of Uhuru Capital Management, an investment management platform designed to enable investors to pursue superior financial returns while facilitating global economic and social development.
Mr. Rockefeller was co-founder and chair of GenerationEngage, a nonprofit NGO connecting politicians and community college students. Notable participants included, Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, Colin Powell, Newt Gingrich, Al Gore, Hillary Clinton, Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Hagel, Stephen Breyer, Robert Reich, Peggy Noonan, Ted Sorensen, Coretta Scott King, John C. Whitehead, and Spike Lee. Key technology partners included Apple and Google. In 2009, GenerationEngage merged with a similar NGO, Mobilize.org.
Mr. Rockefeller formerly served on the boards of Voxiva, Inc.; Rockefeller Family Fund (investment committee); Population Council (audit committee); the Alliance for the Arts (executive committee); GenerationEngage (chair); Mobilize.org (treasurer); and the New York State Commission on National and Community Service. He also served on the National Leadership Council for GLSEN – the Gay, Lesbian, Straight Education Network.
For three years, he worked at New York’s Museum of Modern Art. In 2002, he received a B.A. from Princeton University.
Mr. Rockefeller joined the Fund in 2009.