Anne Amanda Bangasser has been with Treehouse Investments and Aspenall Energies since 2011 when she built out and directed Aspenall’s renewable energy development engineering team. A civil engineer by training, she designed Treehouse’s due diligence framework for evaluating the engineering-related aspects of investments, including project feasibility and impact, and oversees the design of renewable energy projects acquired and developed by Aspenall. As a female engineer, she is keenly aware of issues of gender diversity and has devoted a lot of time to studying gender inequality and integrating women’s empowerment into impact investments; she directs Treehouse’ gender-targeted investment strategy. She has worked previously in water and wastewater treatment design and construction in the U.S. and the UK and as engineering support to the UN peacekeeping mission in Côte d’Ivoire. She has undergraduate degrees from Emory University and Georgia Institute of Technology and a master’s degree in science from the University of Wales.