Maryanne Hancock

Chief Executive Officer

Maryanne is the Chief Executive Officer of Y Analytics, where she leads the organization in its strategy, development, and growth. Previously, Maryanne spent more than 20 years at McKinsey & Company, where she was a Senior Partner. Among her several leadership roles, Maryanne co-founded McKinsey’s K-12 education practice in the U.S. and served several poverty alleviation non-profits, including CARE. Maryanne holds a BA and MA in Foreign Affairs from the University of Virginia and a JD from Harvard Law School.

Greg Fischer

Chief Economist

Greg is the Chief Economist at Y Analytics, where he determines research direction and oversees the development and implementation of impact underwriting and assessment methodologies. Greg also serves as a Lecturer at London School of Economics, where his research focuses on combining economic theory, field experiments, and more traditional empirical analysis to understand how economic development works and how it can work better. It has been focused on less developed countries and centers on entrepreneurship, access to finance and how firms function.

Diane Mak

Senior Director of Impact Solutions

Diane is Senior Director of Impact Solutions at Y Analytics, where she oversees our work in helping investors make more effective, evidence-based decisions around allocating capital to drive measurable impact. Previously, Diane was Director of International Development at Social Finance, where she focused on structuring results-based financing mechanisms to address development challenges. Diane holds a BA in Economics from Cambridge University, MPA in International Development from Harvard Kennedy School, and is an AsiaGlobal Fellow of the University of Hong Kong.

Talia Alexander

Executive Assistant

Amy Dingler

Chief of Staff

Liliana Olarte

Associate

Caroline Pringle

Associate

Himanshu Satija

Associate

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