Fatimeh Barrie

Impact Investment Manager

“Fatimeh is a dynamic, results-driven marketing and business development strategist”

She worked for a privately held international wholesale business as the Business Development Manager where she demonstrated success driving multimillion-dollar revenue growth while providing visionary sales and marketing leadership in highly competitive markets.

Prior, Fatimeh was a political appointee under the Obama Administration where she served in two capacities, Special Assistant to the Director of The President’s Commission on White House Fellowships and Public Relations Manager. At the White House, she managed the White House Fellowships Program branding initiative, developed innovative recruitment and outreach strategies, and forged partnerships to increase program funding. In addition, Fatimeh advised the Director on process improvement and organizational development.

Fatimeh is highly skilled in market research, benchmarking, strategic positioning, fundraising, and forging partnerships. Throughout her professional life, Fatimeh has always been involved and passionate about Impact Development. In Africa she focused on growing business revenue while increasing employment and professional training opportunities for the underserved– impacting not just the employees’ lives but also the lives of their children who followed.

In addition, she has consistently been involved with organizations that support and cultivate the next generation of American Leaders. From participation to management of such nonprofit organizations, she has built a keen interest in helping the youth unlock their leadership potential while developing winning strategies for educational and leadership development programs.

She is equally passionate about women wealth empowerment and is very excited to drive this mission in partnership with women entrepreneurs and investors to break the barriers that lead to life-long independence.

She holds a Master’s degree from George Mason University in International Commerce and Policy with a Focus in Governance. During her graduate studies she was a Fellow of the Shinnyo-en Foundation where she worked on the “Six Billion Paths to Peace Initiative”- her project focused on how globalization has increased the importance of intercultural and interfaith dialogue.