Sabina Curatolo

Board Director

Sabina is highly experienced in creating, influencing and managing social impact. She has cross-sectoral experience advising leaders in international institutions, government, civil society and the private sector. 

Throughout her career, Sabina has worked to drive positive, large scale change to improve people’s lives.  Sabina has worked in impact investing for the past 5.5 years in leadership, market building and advocacy. Sabina led an impact investment ready growth grant enabling social enterprises to raise up to 20x capital to scale their social impact.

Sabina is a Partner and Head of Impact at Bridges Australia. She is an appointed member of the Advisory Board for the University of Melbourne School of Government, Director of the Brave Foundation, and Impact Investing Specialist: Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning for Investing in Women. 

Sabina holds a Master of Public Administration (MPA), Graduate Diploma in Computer Science; and a Bachelor of Science (Optoelectronics).

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