Josh Zoffer was formerly a non-resident fellow with the Responsible Asset Allocator Initiative at New America.
He was formerly an engagement manager with McKinsey & Co. in New York. He served financial services and public sector clients on a variety of topics, including investment processes, ESG investment, and growth strategy. He also led McKinsey’s firm-wide research on long-term capitalism and its collaboration with FCLTGlobal, a think tank focused on solutions to excessive corporate short-termism.
Josh’s additional experience includes working for the International Monetary Fund, the Clinton- Kaine Presidential Transition Team, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy’s campaign, and a law firm in Washington D.C.
Josh graduated from Harvard University with a B.A. magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa, with highest honors in Social Studies, and from Yale Law School with a J.D., where he was an Articles Editor of the Yale Law Journal. His writing on economic and political topics has been published in the Atlantic, Financial Times, New Republic, Foreign Affairs, Yale Law Journal, and Stanford Law Review, among others.
Raised in North Carolina, he currently lives in Boston, MA.