Aner Ben-Ami
Managing Director

Morgan Simon_Real Impact

Morgan Simon
Managing Director


Aner is passionate about re-defining the role of business and finance and believes investment capital can catalyze a transition to a more just and sustainable economic system.

Prior to Pi Investments, Aner was a Project Leader at the Boston Consulting Group, where he worked with clients in the energy, water and transportation sectors. Aner is an experienced management consultant, with 5+ experience developing growth and business development strategies for industry leaders in the water, energy and transportation sectors. Aner holds an MBA with honors from the Kellogg School of Management and a BA in Economics and History (magna cum laude) from Tel Aviv University. He is on the investment committee of The Working World, and is a board observer for Big City Farms.  Connect on Linkedin

Morgan works at the nexus of finance and social justice. 

Morgan was instrumental in launching three leading organizations in the field:

1. She is co-founder and Chair of Transform Finance, bridging impact investment and social justice. Transform Finance’s Investor Network launched at the White House in 2014, which has brought together over $1 billion seeking to invest with a more transformative impact. 

2. She is a co-founder of Toniic, where she served as founding CEO from 2010-2013. Toniic is a global network of 200 social investors looking to move $4.5 billion into impact. 

3. As the founding Executive Director of the Responsible Endowments Coalition, Morgan brought together 100 colleges and universities, helping to move their $150 billion in endowment dollars towards impact investment.

Morgan is also very active as a board member for several organizations. She is on the investment committee for The Working World, a fund for worker coops, and co-chair of ROC United, supporting over 10,000 restaurant workers nationwide. Finally, she is a founding board member of Care Enterprises Inc; the impact investment affiliate of this major development NGO serving over 72 million people a year.

Prior to joining the impact investment field, Morgan worked with grassroots organizations and the UN in Mexico, Honduras and Sierra Leone, in corporate reform with ForestEthics, and in domestic microfinance in Oakland, California, where she currently resides.

She received a B.A with High Honors in Economics and Political Science from Swarthmore College, and serves as an Adjunct Professor in the Graduate Program at Middlebury College, teaching impact investment and social enterprise.          Connect on LinkedIn                                                                                      





Dylan Rose Schneider

Operations Manager

Dylan joins the Pi Investment team as the Operations Manager, bringing with her a diverse background in environmental and social justice non-profit management, and a passion for transforming finance. 

She became a grassroots organizer and human rights activist after volunteering and working in Guatemala and Ecuador with underserved communities.  Upon returning to the United States, Dylan was a founding member of the climate justice organization Peaceful Uprising and spent the next 5 years building cross-sector collaborations to advocate for a livable future.  She then stepped into the role of Executive Manager for climate activist Tim DeChristopher's Legal Defense Fund during his incarceration for non-violent civil disobedience where she found her voice as a media spokesperson and fundraiser.   

Frustrated with status-quo funding and the barriers facing the philanthropic field, she began studying the alternative financial models during her time as a graduate student at University of San Francisco, culminating in fellowships with the International Development Exchange (IDEX) and Rudolph Steiner Foundation of Social Finance. Dylan has, and continues to consult in strategic communications and social impact evaluation, and is a partner in Forex Partnerships.  She is thrilled to join the Pi Investments team and support the groundbreaking work they are doing. 

Dylan obtained her Masters in Public Administration with honors from the University of San Francisco in 2015 and was honored to be the USF School of Management 2015 Commencement Speaker. She has been published in the National Civic Review and the International Journal of Sustainable Human Security.          Connect on LinkedIn