Congratulations to team Intelehealth for being selected to receive the 2022 Analyst Impact Fund Finals grand prize grant.
The Goldman Sachs Gives Analyst Impact Fund allows analysts to compete for a grant from Goldman Sachs Gives for the nonprofit of their choice. The global competition not only expands Goldman Sachs’ philanthropic legacy, but also serves as an important tool to engage the firm’s analysts.
The seventh annual Finals competition was hosted by David Solomon and moderated by Jim Cramer. This year, a record number of 1,100 analysts pitched more than 350 nonprofits that address a range of important issues, from healthcare access and refugee support to inclusive growth, and more.
Awards were presented to the following organizations:
Led by: Angela Lois Iskandar, Nikunj Jhanwar and Keith Looi (Singapore)
Intelehealth believes in the vision of universal health coverage - that one should be able to receive the health services needed, when and where they are needed, without facing financial hardship.
Led by: Bana Ghebregergis (Frankfurt), Coralie Gintz (London), Nikolas Jaspert (Frankfurt), Erik Nordgaard (Copenhagen) and Sandra Rotich (Frankfurt)
WITNESS helps people use video and technology to protect and defend human rights by identifying critical situations and teaching those affected by them the basics of video production, safe and ethical filming techniques, and advocacy strategies.
$75,000 Grant + $25,000 Fan Favorite Grant
Team Upwardly Global
Led by: Olivia DeMatteo, Lisa LaBarbera, Shadae Tingman and Joseph Zolik (New York)
Upwardly Global’s mission is to eliminate employment barriers for immigrant and refugee professionals and advance the inclusion of their skills into the U.S. economy.
Led by: Amber Abrahams, Simon Fattal, Gabriella Kamlish, Edoardo Maria Lanzini and Amy Pajak (London)
ClimateScience is a science-based organization and a movement for people wanting to learn how to take better climate action.