Joohee previously held strategy and impact-focused roles at Anchorum St. Vincent, Santa Fe Community Foundation, and McKinsey & Company

Tideline today announced the hiring of Joohee Rand as an Associate Partner, adding a senior-level talent with a strong track record of managing client engagements and providing leadership related to impact investing strategies and impact management. Joohee brings over two decades of experience across global management consulting, health and community philanthropy, and impact investing.

“We are thrilled to welcome someone as grounded in impact and experienced as Joohee to the Tideline senior management team,” said Ben Thornley, Managing Partner at Tideline. “She has excelled at bringing together people of different viewpoints and backgrounds to find solutions to shared challenges, a skillset that makes her uniquely qualified to help champion best practices in impact investing.”

​​Prior to joining Tideline, Joohee spent over a decade in senior leadership roles and as an independent consultant in the philanthropic sector, helping foundations forge collaborative partnerships and develop strategies for systems change and integrating impact investing. Most recently, Joohee served as the Vice President for Philanthropy and Impact Investing at Anchorum St. Vincent, where she was responsible for developing and executing strategies for grants, impact investing, and community leadership initiatives to improve community health outcomes, with a particular focus on housing and homelessness, behavioral health, and education.

Joohee was also the Vice President for Community Investment and Strategy at the Santa Fe Community Foundation, where she developed and led the Foundation’s impact investing strategy and program, developed an equity-driven strategic framework, led collective impact initiatives, and oversaw the Foundation’s education and economic opportunities programs.

Earlier in her career, Joohee was an Engagement Manager at the global management consulting firm, McKinsey & Company, working out of the San Francisco and Seoul Offices and was a member of the Corporate Finance & Strategy and Nonprofit Practices . She advised cross-sector clients ranging from global high tech and financial corporations to multi-billion-dollar national foundations and international health and aid organizations in various strategy, M&A, organization, performance management, marketing, and operations projects. 

“At each step in my career I’ve had the opportunity to collaborate closely with mission-driven professionals to help address pressing social or economic challenges,” said Joohee. “I’m excited to bring this experience to Tideline and to advance our work creating impact at scale, alongside the leading institutional investors and market builders we are privileged to call our partners.” 

Joohee has served on various national and regional impact investing and philanthropic boards and advisory/steering committees, including with Mission Investors Exchange, Groundworks New Mexico, the New Mexico Impact Investing Collaborative, and the Rainmakers Investment Collaborative. 

Joohee holds an MBA from the Harvard Business School, a MPP in International Economic Policy from the KDI School of Public Policy and management in Korea and a BA in General Management from Assumption University in Thailand.