Amy Duffuor is co-founder and General Partner of Azolla Ventures. Amy is also a Managing Director at Prime Impact Fund, Azolla Ventures’ predecessor vehicle. Her professional background spans business, finance, and impact across three continents.
Earlier in her career, Amy was a renewables and power investment banker at Bank of America. There, she worked with CEOs of public and private companies to raise investment capital including the IPO of Sunnova (NYSE: NOVA), a residential solar company initially valued at approximately $1 billion. Before her career on Wall Street, Amy ran early-stage social venture accelerators around Southeast Asia for a Singapore-headquartered impact investing firm called Impact Investment Exchange. Prior to working in Asia, Amy was a management consultant at State of Flux, a London-based consulting firm that specializes in supply chain and procurement.
Amy has served as a board member for Azolla Ventures portfolio companies Heaten and Carbon Reform as well as Prime Impact Fund portfolio companies Clean Crop Technologies, Noon Energy, and Ovipost. In addition, Amy is on the board of the Northeast Clean Energy Council (NECEC); the Leadership Council of Activate, a nonprofit that empowers scientists to bring their research to market to address climate change; the Advisory Council of ReFED, a national nonprofit focused on food waste; and the Advisory Board of GreenTech Noir, a global community for Black people working in sustainability and climate tech. Amy holds a B.A. in Urban Studies from Columbia University, an M.Phil in Migration Studies with Distinction from the University of Oxford, and an MBA from The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.