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Alumni, Advisory Board

Lindsey Brace Martinez

Founder and Managing Partner at StarPoint Advisors, LLC
MBA 1995
Master of Environmental Science 1995
Lindsey Brace  Martinez

Lindsey has over 25 years of investment and management experience, is a recognized thought leader and has a proven track record working with sophisticated global institutional investors at top tier endowments, foundations and family offices.  Lindsey has advised hundreds of institutions and family offices on specific organizational, strategic and investment challenges and opportunities and led over 60 roundtables for senior level investor peer groups.

Lindsey founded StarPoint Advisors in 2015.  She serves as a strategic partner to her clients who include Board and Executive leaders at investment management firms and large non-profit institutions and family organizations.  Lindsey takes a collaborative approach and stays engaged with her clients from strategy development through implementation.  She provides support in the areas of: business strategy and execution, marketing and client outreach, internal and external stakeholder alignment, and governance best practices.  She has particular interest in the natural resource sector and sustainable market solutions.

Prior to founding StarPoint, Lindsey spent 15 years in executive roles at Cambridge Associates, a global investment advisory firm, including Managing Director of Global Client Service & Relations and Head of Global Consulting. Previously, she was a portfolio analyst and manager at the Hancock Timber Resource Group; senior consultant at Booz, Allen & Hamilton; and held roles at several economic development and conservation-focused non-profits.

Lindsey is a Non-Executive Director at Impax Asset Management, an LSE-listed asset management firm focused on the environmental markets, and is Chair of the Board at Novatus Energy, LLC a renewable energy platform of solar and wind projects in the U.S. She serves on the Investment Committee for the National Geographic Society and the Advisory Board for the Yale Center for Business and Environment.