Advisory Board



Dr. Terry Mollner

Dr. Terry Mollner is a pioneer in socially responsible investing (SRI) and Chairman / Co-Founder of Stakeholders Capital, which builds portfolios using funds from many SRI fund families. He was a co-founder of the Calvert Social Investment Funds, the first and largest family of social funds, with over $37 billion under management. He also co-founded Calvert Impact Capital, which raises and loans capital to “end poverty through investment.” To date, it has loaned over $3 billion to reduce poverty around the world.

He is also the Founder and President of Trust Funds for All Children, Inc., a think tank and consulting firm in economic and social development. Its current focus is two-fold. First, it is on the development of the Common Good Movement, including Common Good Capitalism and Common Good Democracy. Second, it is launching Trust Funds for All Children, a program of parents creating a trust fund for their children in a way that also stimulates the creation of trust funds for poor children. It could eventually result in every child on Earth born with a trust fund supported by socially responsible investment in the stock market.

Dr. Mollner's professional accomplishments also include participating on the team that brokered Unilever’s purchase of Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream, securing a contract that allowed it to forever remain a socially responsible company. After the sale, he served on its board for 18 years. He also serves on the boards of PCI Media, Inc., which uses media to create positive social change in emerging and frontier countries, The Foundation for Climate Restoration Inc., working to bring CO2 out of the atmosphere, and Civana, an online platform that will allow all organizations focused on achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals easily work together.

Stephen L. Norris

Stephen L. Norris is the Co-Founder and Chairman, Princeps Capital Limited. He has a highly successful 30 plus years track record in financial strategy, investing in and providing strategic business advice to portfolio companies, and analyzing and investing in public and private companies.

He was Co-founder of The Carlyle Group in Washington, DC. Carlyle is globally recognized as one of the world’s most successful private equity firms. Stephen played a leading role, along with Co-Founder David Rubenstein, in developing the Carlyle investment strategy and, together, they recruited the other Carlyle founding and senior partners. He served on the Boards of Directors of numerous Carlyle portfolio companies. Stephen has made, directed, or participated in buyouts, venture or innovative capital investments, real estate (hotels and offices), and private equity investments totaling more than $10 billion.

Stephen was appointed by President Bush, and confirmed by the U.S. Senate, to serve as one of five members of the Federal Thrift Investment Board, (the Board established to administer the Thrift Savings Plan, which is a retirement savings and investment plan for federal employees and members of the U.S. uniformed services). He has served on numerous corporate boards of directors. Stephen has led or participated in transactions in defense, banking, software and cybersecurity, entertainment technology, and hotels and hospitality.

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Colin Stewart

Colin Stewart is a nonprofit industry veteran who has spent his career helping the nation’s leading organizations adopt new technologies, reach new audiences, and create deeper relationships with their supporters to raise more money and deliver on their missions.

Colin is the Chief Growth Officer of People First, the first company to source and distribute micro-influencer content across any digital channel at scale. He recently led Arjuna’s groundbreaking philanthropic practice, which enabled nonprofits to adopt new technologies and increase revenue more easily via philanthropic funding.

Prior to joining Arjuna, Colin led the Nonprofit Group at Merkle where he led a team that raised over $160M from 2.6 million unique donors annually for the leading nonprofit organizations in the country. During that time, he designed and executed go-to-market strategies that led to 45% revenue growth, modernizing, and diversifying the portfolio into new market segments and offerings. While at Merkle, Colin engaged with Arjuna on behalf of his clients and found that the increases in fundraising were so compelling that he joined Arjuna. He also served as Managing Director for Blue State Digital as well as various roles with Razorfish, Edelman, and Fleishman-Hillard.

He is proud to have worked with some of the leading nonprofits and brands in the world, including American Cancer Society, Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Harvard University, Kaiser Permanente, the NAACP, American Express, Apple, and the Green Bay Packers. He has been a guest lecturer at Harvard Kennedy School’s Institute of Politics.

Colin resides in Washington D.C. with his wife and two children.

Doug White

Doug White, a long-time leader in the nation’s philanthropic community, is an author, teacher, and advisor to nonprofit organizations and philanthropists.

He is Co-Chair of the FoolProof Foundation’s Walter Cronkite Project Committee and a governing board member of the Secular Coalition of America.

Doug has published five books about nonprofits and philanthropy. His most recent, “Wounded Charity," (Paragon House, 2019), analyzes the allegations of mismanagement made against the Wounded Warrior Project, and it describes how WWP came to be so heavily criticized and why much of the criticism was unfounded.

He published “Abusing Donor Intent” (Paragon House, 2014), which chronicles the historic lawsuit brought against Princeton University by the children of Charles and Marie Robertson, the couple who donated $35 million in 1961 to endow the graduate program at the Woodrow Wilson School. The family contended that Princeton abused its mandate to spend the money as the donors wished - and as the university agreed.

He is the former director of Columbia University’s Master of Science in Fundraising Management program, where, in addition to his extensive management responsibilities, he taught board governance, ethics, and fundraising. He is also the former academic director of New York University’s Heyman Center for Philanthropy and Fundraising. He has also been an advisor to BoardSource, the nation’s leading organization dedicated to “building exceptional nonprofit boards and inspiring board service.”

Doug is also the moderator of the Donors' Forum in New York, a monthly discussion about the challenges facing philanthropy and nonprofits.





David Sica

David Sica is a Partner at NYCA Partners, a leading venture capital firm focused on connecting innovative companies to the global financial system. Notable exits he led include Affirm, Payoneer, Blend, Avid, Poynt (sold to GoDaddy).

Prior to joining NYCA, David was a Director at Visa Corporation, focusing on the merchant side of the business during a period of government regulation and new payment innovation. Before Visa, David worked at Merrill Lynch in Real Estate Investment Banking and Institutional Sales, specializing in emerging markets.

David is a graduate of The George Washington University.