Our Leadership Team
Board of Directors
Arielle Andrews is the Chairwoman of Stable Home Fund's Board of Directors. Arielle started her career at Goldman Sachs, where she worked in the firm’s financial crime compliance team. She is currently an accomplished attorney at WilmerHale, where she focuses on strategic response and crisis management. Arielle is passionate about empowering marginalized communities and is the co-founder of Lesson Check-In, a nonprofit organization providing free homework help, progress tracking, and mentorship to families tackling distance learning. Arielle is a graduate of New York University and Stanford Law School.
Anthony Holland is Principal of Ridgeley Advisors Ltd., where he advises large companies, high-profile individuals, and elected leaders as they navigate complex political challenges locally and abroad. His current clients include Amazon, Amazon Air, and the government of El Salvador. Before launching Ridgeley Advisors, Anthony was Senior Vice President at Actum LLC and Mercury Public Affairs, widely regarded as the top public affairs firm in the country. His client portfolio included Airbnb, Clean Energy Partners, the Atlanta Braves, Madison Square Garden, California Endowment, the County of Los Angeles, and the United Way. Anthony graduated from the Los Angeles Center for Enriched Studies and holds a degree in Political Science from Cal Poly Pomona.
Cara Kennedy-Cuomo currently works in the impact investing space at Necessary Ventures, a venture capital and private equity firm that invests in tech startups using software to solve trillion-dollar problems on a global scale. Her prior work experience spans a diverse array of organizations focused on sustainable development and investment, including Sahar Global Summits, 17 Asset Management, and Sustainable Development Solutions Network. Cara is also the founder of Boston Foods, a 501(c)(3) non-profit that sustainably delivers healthy groceries to low-income families. Cara is a graduate of Harvard University and is currently completing an MBA at Wharton.
Wemimo Abbey is co-CEO and co-founder of Esusu Financial, Inc., a venture backed financial technology company that helps low-to moderate-income households use their on-time rent payments to build credit. Prior to Esusu, he created a global social venture that provided affordable access to clean water for over 250,000 people in eight emerging countries. In addition, he founded data analytics company Open Aid Initiative which was acquired in 2014. Wemimo’s early career included roles at Accenture, Goldman Sachs, and PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). Beyond Esusu, Wemimo serves as a Queen’s Young Leader and member of the Royal Commonwealth Society. He holds degrees from the University of Minnesota and New York University. In 2020, Wemimo was recognized on Forbes 30 Under 30 list, and in 2021, he was selected by Goldman Sachs as one of its 100 Most Intriguing Entrepreneurs.
Samir Goel is co-CEO and co-Founder of Esusu Financial, Inc., a financial technology platform unleashing the power of data to bridge the racial wealth gap and dismantle barriers to housing for working families. Prior to Esusu, Samir co-founded Transfernation, a nationally recognized non-profit that uses technology to direct excess food to underserved communities across New York City. Previously, Samir worked at LinkedIn across multiple functions, ultimately driving sales strategy and operations for a $500m business unit across Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA). Samir has also worked at The United Nations and Venture for America. Samir’s work has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Financial Times, Bloomberg, CNBC, USA Today, CNBC, Quartz, Fortune, Vice, Inc Magazine, Yahoo! Finance, Cheddar, and he was named to the 2020 Forbes 30 Under 30 list. He holds a degree from New York University.
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