Nhadine has served in multiple executive leadership roles in the nonprofit sector, most recently as Managing Director of Mission Investors Exchange where she worked closely with the CEO and key stakeholders to increase the scale and effectiveness of impact investments through philanthropic leadership and innovation. Prior to that, as member of the executive team of Girl Scouts of the USA, she led the redesign of the national organization and the development of the network’s national strategy, and served as Chief Governance Officer. She was the first Chief Operating Officer of Living Cities, the largest multi-sector funders collaborative dedicated to improving the lives of low-income people and the cities in which they live, and led the Urban Assets Initiative at New Profit, a national venture philanthropy non-profit. Prior to her career in the non-profit sector, Nhadine practiced law at Weil Gotshal & Manges and worked as an investment banker/ currency trader in New York.
Nhadine holds a joint J.D. / master of urban planning degree from New York University School of Law and the Wagner School of Public Service, and a bachelor's degree from the University of Chicago. Originally a Nebraska native, she has called Brooklyn home for almost 30 years.