Jessica Singh is an Associate at the Ecosystem Integrity Fund. Her responsibilities include sector research, deal sourcing, investment due diligence, and portfolio company support.
Prior to joining EIF, Jessica worked for IFC, World Bank. At IFC she supported infrastructure investments across Asia, enabling waste management programs to address India’s growing water crisis and focusing on project finance and equity raising for energy and logistics corporations. In addition, she oversaw investment into the first-ever LNG regasification facility in Bangladesh and water treatment plants across Africa & India, representing a committed portfolio of $630M and 3.4 GW of renewable energy assets. Before IFC, she spent three years working in the Investment Banking division at Deloitte India, managing M&A transactions and fund-raising processes in the CPG industry. She led one of the largest divestments in the Indian personal care segment with Emami Ltd, a $3B CPG conglomerate.
Jessica is an MBA candidate at the MIT Sloan School of Management, pursuing the Sustainability Certificate and Finance Track, where she is exploring the role of finance in addressing the world’s most urgent sustainability challenges. During her time at Sloan, she led the Water Innovation Program, a $35k accelerator program for water technology startups and is the co-president of MIT Water and Waste Club, raising awareness on challenges in circular economy. She is also a content lead for the MIT Sustainability Summit, focusing on impact investing and measurement by private sector and capital.