Stephanie Randolph is a member of the Cassiopeia Foundation team, formerly blue moon fund, an innovative philanthropic investment vehicle that supports its programmatic priorities solely through impact investing vehicles. In her role at Cassiopeia, Stephanie works to strategically identify investment opportunities that will advance the environmental and social impacts, as defined by the founding family, while also producing financial returns. She provides intelligence and analysis on opportunities to drive social change, internal project management, and relationship stewardship across a diverse range of stakeholders to cultivate mutually beneficial strategic relationships. Stephanie has a long history and passion for sustainable community development, particularly in Appalachia. Her experience in community & economic development, fundraising and as a program manager influenced her approach as a grantmaker seeking to support holistic and sustainable strategies. She is currently the co-chair of the Energy & Natural Resources Working Group of the Appalachia Funders Network. Stephanie also co-leads a regional initiative to launch an impact investing platform that will connect impact investors with a pipeline of investable propositions in Central Appalachia. Prior to her time at the foundation, Stephanie served as the founding Executive Director of the Nicholas County Community Foundation in Summersville, West Virginia, worked for the Webster County Economic Development Authority, Mountaineer Foodbank and served on the board of Philanthropy West Virginia. She holds a Masters of Arts in Communal Service/Nonprofit Management and a Masters of Arts in Hebrew Letters from Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion.