Co-founder and President, The Investment Integration Project (TIIP)
William Burckart is the Co-founder and President of The Investment Integration Project (TIIP), an applied research and consulting services firm that helps investors navigate sustainable and system-level investing. Mr. Burckart has worked with investment management firms, private foundations and major industry bodies, helping them to integrate impact and investment goals. He has also contributed to the field through groundbreaking research, including the development of practical guidance for institutional investors and financial advisors in collaboration with the Money Management Institute; co-editing the New Frontiers of Philanthropy: A Guide to the New Tools and Actors that Are Reshaping Global Philanthropy and Social Investing (Oxford University Press: 2014), and was involved in the writing of the “Status of the Social impact investing Market: A Primer” (UK Cabinet Office: 2013) that was distributed at the inaugural G8-level forum on impact investing. Mr. Burckart is a visiting scholar of the U.S. Federal Reserve and a fellow of the High Meadows Institute. He received a Bachelor’s degree in International Affairs from The George Washington University and a Master’s in Public Policy from Johns Hopkins University.