Terra Alpha is very pleased to share that Amy E. Dine has rejoined our team in the newly created role of Director of Corporate Engagement. In this role, Amy will oversee our corporate environmental, social, and governance (ESG) engagement strategy, integration, and tools, our proxy voting, and will inform our policy work. Founder Tim Dunn offered these words on Amy’s rejoining, “I am so pleased to have Amy back on the Terra Alpha team. She will work directly with the investment team as we accelerate our impact work through our corporate engagement.”
Amy has been a member of Terra Alpha’s Advisory Board since 2018, and was part of the firm’s founding team as our Director of Advocacy. Prior to Terra Alpha, Amy spent over ten years with Capital Group Companies. In 2001, she spearheaded that firm’s first ESG research and engagement as the SRI Investment Specialist, overseeing $15 billion in assets with an ESG mandate for Capital International’s institutional business. She transitioned from being one of the global economists, focused on macro research and analysis for OECD economies, portfolio asset allocation, and industry-specific trends.
Prior to Capital, Amy was the director of strategic development for the global non-profit, COEXIST Foundation, and was a co-founder of social impact COEXIST Coffee. Additionally, she was a founder of the initial Build Israel Palestine (later Building Together) grey-water project which won a Bloomberg Philanthropies Genesis Challenge $100k prize. Amy served previously in the US Department of State, Legislative Affairs.
She is a current member of WISE (Women for a Sustainable Economy), and was a member of the US SIF Advisory Committee for the report on US Sustainable, Responsible, and Impact Investing Trends.
Amy holds an A.B. with honors from Harvard College. She lives in Washington, DC with her husband and two sons.