We are a dedicated team, focused on risk advisory and risk mitigation solutions for the development sector. We understand us as enablers and catalysts to support our clients in achieving the UN Sustainability Development Goals.
Hanna is dedicated to the shared value principle and strongly believes that the finance industry has both, ability and responsibility to help maximize social impact in the development space. Prior to her engagement with SIP she was part of the Corporate strategy department of MunichRe managing international insurance projects with relevance to the entire MunichRe Group. She knows how to develop, elaborate and fight for innovative strategies working for a leading management and strategy consulting firm for several years.
Lisa is passionate about finding (financially-) sustainable and entrepreneurially efficient solutions for humanitarian and development challenges. Before she started on the Social Impact Partners journey, she supported ASHOKA social entreprenerus in scaling their impact and reach. When she realized that social enterprises keep facing similar challenges during the scaling phase, she decided to examine this phenomenon from a scientific angle during a doctorate programme. At Munich Re's Climate Risk Research Centre she was in charge of applying recent scientific findings and risk/loss data for developing (climate-) vulnerability-based risk transfer solutions for humanitarian and public sector organizations.
Nozuko is dedicated to building the Africa business for SIP. She is an experienced Management Consultant having worked for an international advisory firm, focused on strategy consulting and in Financial Services, again focused on strategy, as well as organisational improvement. Nozuko later used these skills in her role heading up Group Procurement Operations at Hollard. She now uses this outcome-based approach to operational and organisational issues in the social impact space in order to direct effort to the areas that enable sustainable social impact.
Oliver is responsible for finding financial solutions for the development sector and believes that social impact is not only a key motivation for himself, but also valued by many investors. For more than ten years he held several positions in Munich Re and understands risk-transfer mechnanisms and their stakeholders. With in-depth experience in several insurance fields, innovation is one of his strengths: he has developed tailor-made solutions for the renewable energy sector and introduced parametric products to his department.
Megan believes that financial inclusion is a deep-seated part of delivering holistic sustainable long-term social impact. Prior to joining SIP Megan headed up customer, strategy, data and analytics in the Hollard Life business with deep experience in managing customer retention and value in the lower income markets and microinsurance area. She is passionate about finding innovative solutions to drive more efficient use of social sector funding so more beneficiaries can be impacted.