Andreea Rodinciuc is an analyst at Croatan Institute. She has conducted research on sustainable, responsible and impact investing trends in the United States, as well as on the relationship between student debt and university endowments, and has helped the Institute on projects including developing a toolkit for investor action on climate, and DivestInvest initiatives.
Prior to joining Croatan Institute, Ms. Rodinciuc was a research assistant at Duke University, studying organizations involved in combating human trafficking and creating a database to track the funding of these groups. She interned at the Federal Trade Commission in Washington, D.C., where she worked to prevent business practices that are anti-competitive, deceptive, or unfair to consumers.
At Duke, she was a member of the International Relations Association and DukeOpen, a student group concerned with endowment transparency and investment responsibility. Ms. Rodinciuc graduated from Duke with an A.B. in public policy and political science.
Ms. Rodinciuc was born in Bucharest, Romania but was raised in Toronto, Canada and Seattle, Washington. She currently lives in Durham, NC. In her spare time, Andreea enjoys spending time outdoors, trying new recipes, and tackling New York Times Crossword Puzzles.
B.A., Public Policy and Political Science
"Report on US Sustainable, Responsible, and Impact Investing Trends 2016." Washington, DC: US SIF Foundation, November 2016 (with Joshua Humphreys et al).