Aner is the co-Founder and Managing Director of Pi Investments, and continues to serve Pi's mission of transitioning family assets to impact. 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. Previously, Aner advised leading cleantech players in Israel, and also served as an Intelligence Officer in the IDF (Israeli Defense Forces).
Primary areas of interest include natural resource conservation, local community building, sustainable food/agriculture and international development. 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.
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.
Morgan has spent the last decade engaged in impact investment, emphasizing community empowerment and social justice. As Managing Director at Pi, she leads both direct investments and impact investments across asset classes.
Morgan is a co-founder of Toniic, where she served as CEO from 2010-2013. Toniic is a global network of early-stage social investors looking to move $100M into impact. She is the chair of the investment committee for The Working World, a fund for stakeholder-owned businesses in the US, Argentina and Nicaragua, and co-Chair of ROC United, a worker center supporting 13,000 restaurant workers nationwide. She is also the Founder and Chair of the Transform Finance, bridging impact investment and social justice (www.transformfinance.org).
Previously, as the founding Executive Director of the Responsible Endowments Coalition, Morgan brought together 100 colleges and universities from across the country, helping to move their $400 billion in endowment dollars towards impact investment. Morgan has also worked with grassroots organizations and the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) in Mexico, Honduras and Sierra Leone, and in domestic microfinance with Women's Initiative for Self Employment. She received a B.A with High Honors in Economics and Political Science from Swarthmore College.