CEO and Founder
Milti started his career in trading and investment management in 2008, developing a strong grounding in portfolio optimization and investment structuring. Founding an investment management firm in 2011, he built a multi-manager portfolio of systematic trading strategies and developed a risk parity approach to minimize risk and volatility while still generating strong returns.
Driven to create positive impact in the world, Milti determined that the most effective way to catalyze change was to harness the power of investment to accelerate breakthrough technologies and business models. He founded Drashta Ventures in 2016 as a collaborative vehicle to accelerate impact solutions, using innovative financial models to mitigate risk and allow investors to align their capital with their values at scale.
Nicholas has been pioneering mission-driven funds, platforms and enterprises globally for over three decades, bringing a wealth of experience, know-how and relationships to Drashta. He is best known for coining the term “cleantech”, helping mobilize over $6 billion in private equity and building a worldwide innovation ecosystem while serving as the founding chair of Cleantech Group.
Nicholas has developed and advised on public and private sector led sustainability initiatives in Africa, Asia, Europe and North America, working with leading investors, corporations and governments. He has authored several books, starting with Investing in Emerging Economies. He believes Drashta can play a vital role in scaling impact solutions.
Jocelyn has over a decade of experience in international and impact investing. Her experience spans early stage, growth equity, buyout and infrastructure investing across multiple continents. She currently serves as a senior executive at a major impact investment fund, where she leads VC investments in impact ventures globally.
Jocelyn was previously part of the infrastructure investing team at the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board where she completed $1 billion worth of investments in emerging markets. She has also been a private equity investor with Bain Capital and an investment banker in New York and Buenos Aires with Goldman Sachs. She co-founded the property rights social enterprise Suyo in Colombia.