Climate Change and Sustainable Development Advisor, Earth Institute, Columbia University
Visiting Professor, Fordham University
Peter M. Lupoff is a Fordham University Fellow at the Center for Research in Contemporary Finance. From 2018-2019, he was an Executive in Residence at Fordham Gabelli School of Business. Since 2016, Peter has taught Impact Investing and Investment Research classes as Special Lecturer at Yale School of Management and Fordham University.
Lupoff is the Chief Executive Officer of Net Impact, a 100,000+ member organization with a mission to inspire and equip students and emerging professionals to bring positive change to the world's most pressing challenges.
Lupoff founded Tiburon Capital Management, running Tiburon as CIO until acquired by consultant, Gray & Company. Peter later founded Lupoff Friends and Family Interests, which has committed to operating a 100% Impact Investment portfolio and is a Fellow and Advisory Council Member of World Policy Institute, with a focus on private capital and market solutions to the challenges confronting people and planet.
Lupoff is active with Clean Power for Humanity, bringing green electrification projects to rural Asian villages and schools, and Defy Ventures, training the previously incarcerated. He is a Member of the Impact Investing & Sustainable Finance Faculty Consortium and is a regular writer and speaker related to topics among his areas of expertise.