Lauren Ruth Wyman graduated with a joint degree from the Yale Jackson Institute for Global Affairs and the Yale School of Management. During her time at Yale, she focused on sustainable and responsible investing and the potential transformational role that the financial sector can play in creating a greener world. In 2018, she worked at an impact investing venture capital firm in Brussels, where she developed the organization’s first-ever consolidated impact metrics. She also spent a semester at an HEC Paris Business School, where she studied under experts in sustainability research. While at Yale, she taught statistics to graduate students, served as a Peer Wellness Champion, and mentored undergraduates at Timothy Dwight College. Prior to Yale, she worked for the United Nations World Food Program in Panama and Colombia, where she managed emergency response programs and environmental initiatives. After graduation she intends to move to Europe and work in sustainable finance or corporate sustainability. A magna cum laude graduate of Princeton, she speaks Spanish and French.