Jocelyn Cheng has a decade of experience in private sector investing and social enterprise. She was part of the infrastructure investing team at the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board, where she completed $1 billion worth of investments in Latin America. She has also worked in private equity investing at Bain Capital, and started her career in Natural Resources and Latin American investment banking at Goldman Sachs. Jocelyn co-founded the social enterprise Suyo (formerly TerraTek), and has also worked extensively with other social enterprises through the Clinton Health Access Initiative and Endeavor. Jocelyn holds an MBA from Harvard Business School, an MPP from Harvard Kennedy School, and a B.Sc.Econ (Wharton School) and a B.A. (Honors) from the University of Pennsylvania.