Rethink Capital Partners, formerly known as Seavest Investment Group, has undergone a rebrand to reflect the firm’s continued growth and its longtime commitment to mission-driven investing. NEW YORK, N.Y. and WHITE PLAINS, N.Y., Sep. 19, 2022 – The firm previously known as Seavest Investment Group announced today that they have rebranded as Rethink Capital […]
Shak Chowdhury serves as Chief Financial Officer, having joined the firm in 2013, he manages the firms financial and accounting operations. Shak has over nineteen (19) years of experience in the real estate industry with a focus on accounting and taxation. Prior to joining Rethink, Shak was a Senior Tax Director in the tax group […]
Kaylee Grant serves as the Vice President of Finance at Rethink Capital Partners. Mrs. Grant is responsible for the accounting operations and financial reporting for all Rethink entities. She has 8 years of experience focusing on fund accounting, financial reporting and transaction accounting. Mrs. Grant joined Rethink in 2014 from Tishman Speyer where she was […]
Amy Nelson serves as Chief Strategy Officer of Rethink Capital Partners where she oversees the firms development of new strategies and supports growth and operations across the platform. Prior to Rethink, she spent eight years at Venture For America, an organization that selects, trains, and supports the next generation of entrepreneurs, including four years serving […]
Rethink Capital Partners, the impact investing arm of Seavest Investment Group, announced two new team members across strategy and fundraising: Amy Nelson as Chief Strategy Officer and Alison Smith as Partner, focused on growth. The new hires demonstrate the firm’s rapid growth over the past year, including the launch of two new strategies: Rethink Food and Rethink Community.
When Josh James traveled to the Bay Area in 2000, seeking funding for a web analytics company he had founded, he spoke at length with a venture capitalist about his plans for growth. The conversation was going well, Mr. James recently recalled, until the investor asked where he was based. “As soon as I told […]