Ethic is honored to announce our Series B funding
Tuesday, March 30, 2021
Tuesday, March 30, 2021
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Ethic is honored to announce our Series B funding
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We’re so grateful and honored to announce our Series B funding. This milestone represents lots of hard work, by an incredible team of humans, and a unique community of partners and investors. Together, we’re accelerating the global transition to sustainable investing.

Contributors

Doug Scott was raised in Australia by two forward-thinking social and environmental activists. Doug co-ceated Ethic to help solve many of the largest issues facing humanity. He was listed on the Forbes 30 Under 30, and previously worked in Investment Banking at Deutsche Bank.

Jay Lipman, a co-founder of Ethic, is driven by the need to address climate and environmental risks with the resources to which we each have unique access. He has been ranked among the Forbes 30 Under 30: Social Entrepreneurs.

Johny Mair was raised in Australia, and driven by love of technology, collaborating, and bringing ideas to life. He has been building technology products across three different continents and led product teams at Deutsche Bank, JPMorgan, BlackRock, Fidelity, Guy Carpenter, Goldman Sachs and a number of high-growth startups before co-founding Ethic. He studied Mechanical Engineering at Queensland University of Technology.

Sara Blake graduated from NYU and explores work at the intersection of tech, design and fine art. With 15+ years experience, she has worked with clients across a wide range of industries, later focusing on brand development and product for startups. Sara joined Ethic as Creative Director in 2016.

Rebecca Hu is Sustainability Project Manager at Ethic. Previously Rebecca worked on Hillary Clinton’s 2016 Presidential Campaign and studied Engineering and Studio Art at Dartmouth College.