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David Yeh Joins Terra Alpha Investments’ Advisory Board

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Terra Alpha Investments LLC is pleased to announce that David Yeh has joined our Advisory Board. David brings a unique vantage point to our Advisory Board, with nearly two-decades of diverse entrepreneurial experience ranging from public policy to private finance; including time as a member of the U.S. White House clean energy team, and as an investment professional at Generation Investment Management.

His professional experience as an impact investor and in advising organizations on impact investing brings a valuable perspective to our Advisory Board. “David will further enhance our board’s ability to advise our team in its work. In particular, we look forward to working with David to increase our market reach and accelerate our firm’s growth.” – Tim Dunn, Founder of Terra Alpha Investments LLC

As the founder and managing partner of Capitol Hill, an investment advisory firm, David works with startups, family offices, and global asset managers on systemic solutions and impact investing for global sustainability challenges. For one such client, the State of New York, he has developed an accelerator and seed fund

strategy.As a senior advisor within the Obama administration, David led a $76 billion federal energy and transportation investment office where he drafted policy aimed at accelerating the growth of the electric vehicle sector and utility scale renewable energy markets. Prior to his appointment in the White House, David worked as a member of the multi-asset investment team at Generation Investment Management’s Climate Solutions fund. David is also a voice on global business and impact investing, having written for publications such as Forbes and is an active speaker on finance, participating in events hosted by institutions such as the Council of Foreign Relations and World Economic Forum. David holds a BA from Dartmouth College and an MBA from the Wharton School of Business.

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