Brian Heilman

Brian C. Heilman is an advisor to non-profit organizations, foundations and families in the Washington region for investment policy and allocation.  He is an advocate for the principles on which the UN was founded: the Sustainable Development Goals, and environmental, social, and governance (ESG) investing. 

Brian is a Chartered Financial Analyst, and member since 1998 of the CFA Society of Washington, where he previously served on the External Relations Committee.  He holds an MBA in Business Administration from the Anderson School at UCLA and BA, Biology, also from the University of California. 

Brian is a member of the Society for International Development, and a co-author of research regarding  the causative agent of South American Trypanosomiasis, T. Cruzi. His son and daughter attended District of Columbia schools, and he has attended Model United Nations sessions in Washington. Brian has lived on three continents, and resided in Tokyo, Japan, for four years.

Vision Statement: 
Global change demands coordinated and swift action to achieve a sustainable future.  My vision is to achieve new alliances to advance the UN and capital community toward realization of a world where opportunity exists for all earth’s inhabitants, built on peace, security, and justice, the bedrock of the United Nations.