Zoe Weinberg is an Investment Analyst at the International Finance Corporation (IFC), a global developmental institution and member of the World Bank Group focused on private sector investments in emerging and frontier markets. At IFC, she is a part of the Global Agribusiness Group. Previously, Zoe was an analyst at Goldman Sachs, where she worked in the alternative investment group. Prior to Goldman Sachs, Zoe worked at Bridgewater Associates as a summer investment associate, and as a research assistant at Shearman & Sterling, where she worked on international commercial arbitration cases. She lived and worked in Mumbai, India for foreign policy think tank Gateway House: Indian Council on Global Relations, and at social enterprise incubator UnLtd. India, and in Senegal for Tostan, a health and human rights NGO. She has also worked for the Center for Reproductive Rights in New York, and Lawrence Community Works in Lawrence, Massachusetts. In May 2013, Zoe graduated from Harvard University with a B.A. in Social Studies. At Harvard, Zoe worked as a research assistant to Rauan Kenzhekhanuly, former policy advisor in Kazhakstan, on the politics of language and alphabet reform, culminating in a book chapter entitled “Ideologies and Alphabet Reforms in Central Asia.” She also served as the Associate Managing Editor of the Harvard Crimson and taught civics classes to fifth graders in Boston public schools.