Kate Kennedy Reinemund: Interim Executive Director
Kate Reinemund is the Executive Director of Constellation Philanthropy, a position she has stepped into on an interim basis as the organization seeks a permanent Director. She has also been an investing member of Constellation for a number of years, as well as serving as Chair of the Investment Committee and Board Member.
Prior to her current role with Constellation, Kate was the Executive Director of Impact Charitable, a Denver-based donor advised fund fully committed to impact investing. Kate’s professional experience ranges from capital markets and investment management for families and institutions, to building and growing a social venture focused on helping nonprofits connect with their next generation of givers. Her impact work includes both international and local involvement.
Currently, Kate serves on the boards of Teach for America, Colorado, as well as Mile High Early Learning. She has also served on and managed boards for the regional alumni community for Stanford University, Project CURE in Colorado, as well as a family foundation focused on education, early childhood and human services. Kate is also an active member of Investors’ Circle, the largest and early stage impact investing network.
Kate has a BA in Psychology from Boston College and a MBA from Stanford University.
Zoe Krusic: Operations Associate
Zoe Krusic joined Constellation Philanthropy at the beginning of 2017. She provides wraparound support for the entire investment process: identifying funding opportunities, conducting site visits, drafting proposal summaries and recommendations for investments. She is thrilled to serve this innovative group of funders looking to invest in high impact opportunities in the state of Colorado.
Prior to Constellation, Zoe spent seven years with Stewardship Foundation in Washington State, assisting with program and office administration along with grants management. Prior to her time with Stewardship, Zoe was a major gifts officer for the media advocacy and anti-defamation organization, GLAAD, based in Los Angeles. Zoe received her BA in Anthropology from Colorado College, after which she spent three years as Resource Director for a clinic in Lesotho, Southern Africa. As an indulgence into the other side of her brain, Zoe obtained her master’s degree in Clinical Ayurveda, a holistic medicine originating and practiced in India for over 3,000 years.