Nisaa Jetha is a global strategist, impact advisor, and trained solicitor with asset management experience across public and emerging markets. She has driven and curated global impact strategy, been responsible for shaping metric build-out of mid-cap private equity deals against the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and separately launched initiatives inside UK Parliament, some within her personal capacity.
Nisaa was part of one of the only inter-agency working group for youth and gender equality globally with UN Women, nominated by the United State of Women Summit hosted by the White House and previously been placed with Canadian Senate where she worked directly with Canada’s previous Special Envoy to Darfur. She was instrumental in curating a focus event on climate change at The Conference of the Parties- 21 (COP21) which resulted in the Paris Agreement. She speaks in the UK Parliament on global governance alongside an increased presence of women in the political arena and been asked to represent the UK at the United Nations through the membership organisation she launched inside the House of Lords, the Junior Chamber of Commerce Kensington (p.o.). JCI has global affiliations with UNESCO, Council of Europe, Economic and Social Chamber of the United Nations and in a world partnership with the International Chamber of Commerce.
Nisaa hold degrees in International Development from McGill University, an LLB from the University of London with a PGD from the University of Nottingham in International Law (dually qualified in Human Rights Law) completing the UK Bar (LPC) from The University of Law. She was selected by Harvard Kennedys’ School of Government developed in collaboration with the World Economic Forum and Center for Sustainable Finance and Private Wealth to cultivate investment strategies into impact.