Associate ESG and Impact Investing, Pathstone
Jude Chisom Erondu works as an Associate (ESG and Impact) with a wealth management firm in Boston, Massachuttes. He is an Executive Education Program (LEAD) Candidate at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. He holds an Executive Education Program Certificate in Business Analytics: Decision-Making Using Data from the Cambridge Judge Business School. In 2016, he was awarded the prestigious London School of Economics Masters Award (full scholarship) to pursue development studies at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). At the LSE, he was elected as a Member of the Student Union Court of Governors, where he worked with students and leadership of LSE to strengthen the institution's strategic plan as a leading social science university in the world. Outside of LSE, Erondu is serving the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network - Youth (SDSN-Youth) as Senior Advisor (Art Twenty Thirty and Operations) reporting directly to the Global Coordinator of SDSN-Youth. He served as Policy and Advocacy Committee Member for the Commonwealth Youth Peace Ambassadors Network. He graduated with magna cum laude and holds a Bachelor of Science in Sustainable Business with a minor in environmental policy from Green Mountain College (GMC). At GMC, Erondu stood out among his peers on campus by initiating proactive solutions to problems affecting students’ academic and personal success. During his time at Green Mountain College, he held several leadership positions. These positions include member of the College Judicial Review Board between 2013 and 2014, Director of Civic Engagement on the college student senate, and Student Body President for the 2014/2015 academic year. Erondu served Pearson, the world's largest education company, as Student Advisory Board member for the 2015/2016 academic year and got selected from a pool of competitive applicants to represent Pearson as a scholar at the 2016 Aspen Ideas Festival. He was honored with the 2015 Newman Civic Fellow Award, a national fellowship program recognizing campus leaders who are actively finding solutions for challenges facing communities throughout the United States.