Kevin Egolf is an impact finance professional focusing his efforts on supporting social enterprises and mission oriented businesses. Kevin is currently exploring the world of Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs) and microfinance as the Vice President of Investor Relations at Capital Good Fund. He was first introduced to impact investing, after and early career in traditional finance, by working for Iroquois Valley Farmland REIT, PBC, a leader in triple bottom line impact farmland investing. While growing that business to over $50 million, Kevin saw the need for more impact investing ventures and support across the industry. In response, Kevin created Local Farms Fund, an emerging farmer land access fund, and Trellis Capital L3C, a consulting firm designed to help impact focused businesses achieve financial success and financial sustainability. Prior to his work in the impact space, Kevin spent several years in investment banking and private equity developing extensive experience in corporate valuation, transaction development, business management and fundraising. Kevin is a graduate of Wesleyan University with a Bachelor of Arts in both Economics and Computer Science. At Wesleyan University, he was Academic All-American, All-New England, 4-time varsity letter recipient and senior captain in the sport of wrestling. He continues to promote and teach the sport of wrestling as a wrestling coach, currently as coach of Nathan Bishop Middle School, a 6-8 public school in Providence, Rhode Island. Kevin lives in Providence with his wife, Amy, and daughter, Aurora.