Amy Bell is an Emeritus Advisor at Tideline and lends her experience as an impact investor leading client engagements and focusing on strategy, research, and analysis. Amy started working with Tideline in October 2016.
Prior to her current role, Amy was Executive Director and Head of Principal Investments for the Sustainable Finance business unit of JPMorgan Chase. In this role, Amy managed a $100 million portfolio of investments in businesses benefiting low-income and underserved populations. She also led the development of program-related investments for the JPMorgan Chase Foundation and closed $10 million in loans under the program. In her last year with the firm, she lived and worked in Costa Rica with EcoEnterprises Fund, supporting their work to grow businesses that drive conservation outcomes and improve rural livelihoods.
Before her work in Sustainable Finance, Amy worked in JPMorgan’s Investment Bank as part of the Mergers & Acquisitions and Consumer & Retail Coverage groups. She also worked as a consultant for Deloitte in the Dispute & Forensics Service group.
Amy sits on the Board of WaterEquity (an affiliate of Water.org) and is an advisor to Alante Capital. Amy holds a Masters in Professional Accounting with a concentration in Managerial Accounting and a BBA in the Business Honors Program and Accounting with a minor in Spanish, both from the University of Texas at Austin.