Associate, Integrated Capitals
Eddy Medina is an Associate on the Integrated Capitals team at Heron. Prior to joining Heron, he worked as an analyst at the social impact consulting firm TCC Group, where he supported the corporate philanthropic portfolio of a Fortune 500 company. Eddy has also completed projects for Venture for America, SocialCops, and Stanford University where he advised on a tool for social impact organization founders that detailed the various legal structures of social enterprises. Eddy received his BS in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University’s ILR School, where he was awarded the Cornell University Dyson Societal Solutions Scholarship and was invited to be an Entrepreneur-in-Residence at the Center for Social Innovation at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business. His work and research has led to advances in localized, crowdsourced investing for low middle-income Americans in small, minority-owned businesses and has been featured on NPR and in The Atlantic.