Toronto-based venture firm iGan Partners has hired Stacey Kline as an impact partner. Kline is the managing director of The Good Fund, an impact fund that invests in startups “solving some of the world’s biggest challenges.” Prior to founding The Good Fund, Kline worked at Goodmans LLP where she was the director of innovation projects.
iGan Partners is pleased to announce its new partnership with Stacey Kline, Managing Director of The Good Fund.
Stacey is focused on mobilizing capital for good. She’s determined to prove that profit and purpose go hand-in-hand, and that impact-per-share is just as relevant as earnings-per-share.
Stacey is the founder and managing director of The Good Fund – an impact fund that invests in startups solving some of the world’s biggest challenges. Prior to founding The Good Fund, Stacey was the Director of innovation projects at Goodmans LLP, driving strategic initiatives and projects aimed at addressing change in the legal market. Stacey also practiced corporate law at Goodmans.
Stacey’s interest in driving positive change extends to her volunteer involvements. Stacey serves as Chair of the Board of Save a Child’s Heart and is a member of the Advisory Board of SickKids’ Innovators Program. Stacey also serves on the board of OCAD U CO.
Stacey holds a JD from Osgoode Hall Law School, a MSc from the London School of Economics and a BA (Hons) from the University of King’s College.
ABOUT | THE GOOD FUND
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The Good Fund is an impact fund that invests in startups solving some of the world’s biggest challenges. We target businesses that generate compelling financial returns – and measurable, social and environmental impacts.