About Us

Impact Growth Partners is a US-based, women-owned, boutique consulting firm that works to expand social and environmental responsibility within the business community. We provide a platform for business leaders to work with each other and within their organizations and communities to realize and protect their companies' mission. Founded in 2017, IGP is one of only a handful of social and environmental consultancies with B Corp Certification expertise. IGP's core staff partners with organizations and consultancies with specific capability in environmental management, human resources, climate change policy, and other impact areas.

Our Team

 
 

Jenifer Gorin

Founder, Lead Partner

Jenifer Gorin applies her traditional business experience in finance, market research, consulting and project management to help companies become better businesses for all stakeholders.

Jen spent nearly a decade working in finance at Credit Suisse. As Director of Media and Telecom Investment Banking she executed mergers, acquisitions, and financings for media and telecommunication companies. She subsequently oversaw the delivery of “One Bank" to clients in the Americas region by integrating the services provided across divisions at Credit Suisse.

Prior to her career in finance, Jen directed public opinion advising projects for political and corporate clients at Penn, Schoen Berland, a market research, political polling and strategic consulting firm.

Jen has volunteered as a consultant for HBS Community Partners, advising greater New York based nonprofits including the Westport Historical Society, Wakeman Town Farm, the Audubon Society and Just Food, Inc. She is a member of the Westport Democratic Town Committee and is Co-Chair of the Democratic Women of Westport.

Jen has an MBA from Harvard Business School and an AB from Harvard College.

 
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Rebecca Kline Coffey

Social & Environmental Impact Consultant

Rebecca Kline Coffey has worked at the intersection of poverty alleviation, agriculture, and environmental sustainability for the past 15 years.

She is founder of New Haven Farms, a pioneering nonprofit organization that promotes health and community development through urban agriculture.

Rebecca has held positions in Sarah Lawrence College’s Office of Community Partnerships, running national and international experiential learning social justice programs for students, and the Fair Haven Community Health Center’s Diabetes Prevention Program, where she captured and packaged the program so that other community health clinics worldwide could replicate it. Rebecca served as a social entrepreneurship fellow for one year in rural India with the Deshpande Foundation.

She has consulted with numerous for and non profit organizations in development, business strategy, account management, communications, and relationship building.

Rebecca has a Masters in Public Administration in Environmental Science and Policy from Columbia University’s School for International and Public Affairs (SIPA), and a Bachelor of Liberal Arts from Sarah Lawrence College.

 

Emma Finn

Research and Creative Intern

Emma Finn is a driven college student with a passion for socially responsible businesses. She is completing her bachelor's degree in pre-medicine studies and Economics at Claremont Mckenna College.

During her freshman year, Emma was competitively selected to participate in the renowned program called the Quad Innovation Partnership. The program seeks to address innovative business solutions to dire community issues in Colorado Springs. She worked on a project directed at addressing mental health care access for people experiencing homelessness. Emma interviewed key stakeholders, developed a business plan, implemented market strategies, and presented a final proposal to business/political leaders in Colorado Springs.

Emma also had the opportunity to travel to Israel to intern at Hadassah Hospital. There she analyzed data from patient surveys, ran statistical analyses with IBM SPSS software, and wrote the literature review for a paper on palliative care to submit to a variety of academic journals. She uses the qualitative and quantitative skills that she learned during these two internships in her current role at IGP.  

Emma now works part time for Impact Growth Partners (IGP) doing research on impact measurement and working with clients to achieve B Corp certification.

 
 
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