Ms. Brannon is a mission-driven leader with 15 years of investments, capital markets, sustainability, and entrepreneurship. At the beginning of her career, she spent nine years at J.P. Morgan working in Chicago and New York City. While at J.P. Morgan, Ms. Brannon worked in Asset Management covering Fortune 500 executives and business owners, and six years in the Investment Bank’s Public Finance Group, where she financed over $6 billion in infrastructure, affordable housing, social, and sustainability projects. Post J.P. Morgan, Ms. Brannon worked as the Head of Public Finance for a Series A FinTech startup called Neighborly, with Emerson Collective, FinTech Collective, and 8VC as lead investors. Ms. Brannon pioneered constituent-first, technology, and sustainability financings including a Rockefeller Foundation-sponsored Environmental Impact Bond to address flooding for the City of Atlanta, GA. Ms. Brannon has also successfully launched innovative companies, having co-founded a broadband infrastructure company called Lit Communities in 2019 and having been a part of the core management team at Sensei Ag, Larry Ellison of Oracle’s indoor agriculture startup venture. Ms. Brannon graduated with a B.A. in Public Policy from The University of Chicago and lives in Brooklyn, New York.