Mr. Goldstein co-founded Imprint Capital in June 2007. He leads the firm’s business development initiatives, works closely with many of Imprint’s clients particularly on strategy formation, and directs continuous improvement of impact monitoring and reporting. Previously, Mr. Goldstein was a co-founder of Medley Capital Management (MCM), a private investment firm that invests in corporate and asset-based financing opportunities globally. Prior to forming MCM, Mr. Goldstein served as Senior Managing Director of Medley Global Advisors, a leading independent policy intelligence firm for the world’s largest financial institutions that was sold to private equity firms in December of 2005. During that time, Mr. Goldstein co-founded and served as the Executive Director of the Medley Institute, where he worked with a variety of development actors globally as a board member, senior advisor or team member, including Global Giving, Distributed Capital, the International Interfaith Investment Group (3iG), Keystone/Access, the Sustainable Food Lab, Synergos/Generon/Monitor’s Social Capital Market Accelerator, Aquaya, Triple Bottom Line Institute, the Global Exchange for Social Investment, and the United Nations Capital Development Fund. Additionally, in that capacity, Mr. Goldstein has been a presenter at a range of conferences and events in the U.S. and Europe. Prior to that, Mr. Goldstein was a management consultant in the strategy practice of Andersen Consulting (now Accenture), working with senior executives around the world in a number of industries on issues such as brand strategy, “buyer values” market research, global M&A, scenario planning, and new product development. Mr. Goldstein was an honors graduate of Yale University where he was awarded the Richter Fellowship and the Townsend Prize.