Tami Kesselman is a creative and analytical family office strategy advisor, global expansion expert, and leader at expanding financial and impact success within complex systems. A Harvard-educated strategist and former Bain consultant, she is a pioneer and thought leader in impact investing who has spent the past two decades working at the intersection of the highest levels of corporate, intergovernmental, entrepreneurial, and investor communities globally.
As a Partner at LOHAS Advisors, along with helping drive the firm-wide growth strategy, Tami also works directly with ultra-high net worth clients seeking to migrate portfolios to impact alignment without sacrificing financial returns. With an innate ability to help clients shape portfolios in ways that resonate across generations, she has become highly sought after as increasingly more wealth is transitioning.
Tami annually lectures at Harvard Business School on the complex intersection of capitalism, sustainability, public policy, business management, and geopolitics, and keynotes at investor conferences globally on the shifting fiduciary demands as global standards evolve. She has facilitated board-level strategy sessions for clients on six continents, annually chairs Opal’s Private Wealth Impact Investing Forum, and serves on the Steering Committee for the NEXUS Impact Investing Working Group and the UN-NEXUS Small Island Resiliency Braintrust. In 2019, Tami also became the worldwide president of Harvard Alumni in IMPACT (Investment – Measurement – Policy – Advocacy – Climate action – Tech4good), a global alumni organization with nearly 1,000 members from 60+ countries, coming from Harvard College and every Harvard graduate school.
Tami’s passion is working 1:1 with individual investors and single family offices, helping them identify and accelerate the positive ripple effects of allocating capital more effectively to improve the world while protecting their portfolio returns over the next decade and beyond.