Rachel J. Robasciotti
Founder & CEO
Adasina Social Capital
Rachel J. Robasciotti is a Black, queer woman and the Founder and CEO of Adasina Social Capital, an investment and financial activism firm that serves as a critical bridge between financial markets and social justice movements. Among her many recognitions, Rachel has been called upon to testify before the US Senate regarding the state of financial markets. She is also regularly featured in the media, including The New York Times, Bloomberg, CNBC, Forbes, and Financial Planning Magazine as a leader in the financial industry for integrating issues of racial, gender, economic, and climate justice into investment portfolios. In addition to her work at Adasina, Rachel serves as Treasurer of the Board of Directors for Resource Generation and as a Board Member for One Fair Wage, as well as an advisor the Indigenous Women’s Investment Fund for Native Women Lead.
A fun fact about Rachel is that in addition to her asset management work, Rachel was one of the co-creators of the Due Diligence 2.0 Commitment, which provides specific strategies to remove systemic barriers for BIPOC asset managers. For this and other contributions, Rachel was named to the Root 100 List of the most influential African Americans of 2021.