Yumi Nishikawa has had over three years of experience working in the financial services industry and over two years in the development. Her non-profit experience includes working for the Clinton Global Initiative, Impact Investment Exchange Asia, United Nations Global Compact, and the Rockefeller Foundation. During her time in finance, Yumi worked for Goldman Sachs, Ernst & Young, and J.P. Morgan in Japan.
Yumi is originally from Indonesia, but grew up in Singapore, Australia, and Japan. She moved to New York to pursue her Master’s degree in Public Administration from Columbia University. During this time, Yumi was involved in several internships and workshop projects ranging from sustainability management, to social finance and entrepreneurship.
Yumi also holds a B.A. from Sophia University in Japan, and speaks both Indonesian and Japanese.