Senior Research Fellow
Jaime Silverstein graduated from Boston University with a Bachelors of Science in Business Administration and a minor in Environmental Analysis and Policy. She spent two years working at SEI, encouraging institutions to adopt green revolving funds as part of the Billion Dollar Green Challenge and led research on college and university endowment investment practices, which culminated in “College Endowment Investment Trends and Best Practices: An Analysis of STARS Data.” She is currently working at SEI to plan and coordinate their ten-year anniversary party.
Previously, Jaime held a joint appointment working with Tellus Institute and Croatan Institute, researching sustainable investment trends. Jaime has held a seven month residency at the Metta Earth Institute, a working farm and educational retreat center in Vermont, for which she continues to consult. Currently, Jaime also serves as Admin and Finance Principal at Boston Food and Farm, a start-up, social impact consulting group and teaches Kripalu yoga in the Boston-area. In her free time, she enjoys practicing yoga, attending local farmers markets, and cooking with friends.