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Pathfinder Welcomes Daniel Lamaute and Jameela Pedicini to Board of Directors

Pathfinder International is pleased to welcome two new members to our Board of Directors, Daniel Lamaute and Jameela Pedicini, who share an interest in the interplay between global exchange, climate change, and sustainability.

Daniel Lamaute is an entrepreneur with a background in finance, investments, and international development, and Jameela Pedicini is the executive director of Climate Finance Initiatives at Bloomberg. Together they bring a fresh perspective to sustainable international investments.

In the 1990s, Daniel founded Lamaute Capital, an investment company focused on small and medium-sized enterprises, pioneering in B2B financial platforms, where he served as the CEO for over 15 years. Most recently Daniel served as a Fulbright Specialist in South Korea, providing strategic direction to Solbridge International School of Business Center for Entrepreneurship, and as an independent consultant establishing a stock exchange in Cambodia.

With over 10 years working with institutional investors on sustainable finance and impact investing, Ms. Pedicini combines a personal passion for sexual and reproductive health and rights with a unique understanding of environmental, social, and governance investing. Jameela is a member of the board of directors of the International Women’s Health Coalition and the Crane Institute of Sustainability.

“In a world where women’s health and the environment are growing more deeply connected, we need leaders who are knowledgeable about investing that fosters gender equality and climate resilience,” said Board Chair Roslyn Watson. “Jameela and Daniel will play an important role in furthering our connections with partners who will work with us to make real progress in these areas. They are among six new board members recruited over the past year who have deepened the geopolitical perspectives, and increased geographical, racial, and professional diversity of our board.”