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Amy-Bell

Amy Bell

Principal, Business Development, Whole Foods Market

Amy Bell is a leader in the impact investing industry, having dedicated more than a decade to building and managing portfolios that seek social and environmental benefit alongside of financial return. She currently works in Business Development at Whole Foods Market, where she leads strategic investments in the products and businesses that help the company nourish people and the planet. Prior to Whole Foods, she served as a Senior Director at Tideline, a boutique strategy consulting firm that provides tailored advice to clients developing impact investment strategies, products, and solutions. 

Amy began her career in impact investing as the Head of Principal Investments for the Sustainable Finance business unit of JPMorgan Chase. In this role, Amy managed a $100 million portfolio of investments in businesses benefiting low-income and underserved populations. In her last year with the firm, she lived and worked in Costa Rica with EcoEnterprises Fund, supporting their work to grow businesses that drive conservation outcomes and improve rural livelihoods.

Before her work in Sustainable Finance, Amy worked in JPMorgan’s Investment Bank as part of the Mergers & Acquisitions and Consumer & Retail Coverage groups. She also worked as a consultant for Deloitte in the Dispute & Forensics Service group.

Amy sits on the Board of WaterEquity (an affiliate of Water.org) and the Sustainable Food Center. Amy holds a Masters in Professional Accounting and a BBA in Business Honors and Accounting, both from the University of Texas at Austin.

Amy-Bell

Amy Bell

Principal, Business Development, Whole Foods Market

Amy Bell is a leader in the impact investing industry, having dedicated more than a decade to building and managing portfolios that seek social and environmental benefit alongside of financial return. She currently works in Business Development at Whole Foods Market, where she leads strategic investments in the products and businesses that help the company nourish people and the planet. Prior to Whole Foods, she served as a Senior Director at Tideline, a boutique strategy consulting firm that provides tailored advice to clients developing impact investment strategies, products, and solutions. 

Amy began her career in impact investing as the Head of Principal Investments for the Sustainable Finance business unit of JPMorgan Chase. In this role, Amy managed a $100 million portfolio of investments in businesses benefiting low-income and underserved populations. In her last year with the firm, she lived and worked in Costa Rica with EcoEnterprises Fund, supporting their work to grow businesses that drive conservation outcomes and improve rural livelihoods.

Before her work in Sustainable Finance, Amy worked in JPMorgan’s Investment Bank as part of the Mergers & Acquisitions and Consumer & Retail Coverage groups. She also worked as a consultant for Deloitte in the Dispute & Forensics Service group.

Amy sits on the Board of WaterEquity (an affiliate of Water.org) and the Sustainable Food Center. Amy holds a Masters in Professional Accounting and a BBA in Business Honors and Accounting, both from the University of Texas at Austin.