After a 30-year career in investment banking, Bruce has spent most of the last decade focused solely on impact investing. He led the social impact investing efforts of one of Colorado’s largest foundations prior to assuming a role with indieDwell, a B Corporation producing high energy efficient affordable housing. Bruce has executed on a wide variety of impact investing structures including program related investments, recoverable grants, social impact bonds, guarantees and equity based mission related investments.
Bruce was a founding member of St Charles Capital, the leading M&A advisory firm in Colorado prior to its sale to KPMG. Along with merger and acquisition advisory, he led transactions involving valuations, fairness opinions, debt and equity capital raises and asset backed securitization.
A former Peace Corps volunteer, Bruce has maintained an active role in his community, having served on numerous nonprofit boards including the Denver Public School Board, Mile High United Way, the Data Quality Campaign, the Colorado Zoological Trust, the Denver Employee Retirement Board and Mile High Early Learning. He has also served on both mayoral and gubernatorial transition committees.
B.S., Finance, Northwestern University
M.B.A., Northwestern’s Kellogg Graduate School of Management