Kim Kastorff founded the Global Success Fund with operations in the U.S. & Colombia, after developing an innovative success-based impact investment vehicle, called the Global Success Fund ("GSF") model, along with it's first fund for women entrepreneurs & small business in LatAm, called "GSF-Latina". Kim also founded Kimpacto, Inc., a San Francisco-based Benefit Corporation & Certified B Corp. - after many years in banking, investments, social responsibility & financial education, and understanding that social entrepreneurs need affordable financial services and greater collaboration to survive. Inspired by Muhammad Yunus - Nobel Peace Prize winner and founder of Microfinance and 'Banking for the Poor' who believes in giving people an opportunity - also Kim's goal is to promote financial inclusion and a more educated and financially sustainable global environment. Kim splits her time between San Francisco, California & Bogotá, Colombia, and is fluent in English & Spanish, plus holds an MBA in Finance, and a Masters in Research - Impact Investing and FINRA Securities Licenses (7, 63, 65). Kim is also a co-chair for the Impact Investing Global Summit at the United Nations.