Meredith Sumpter is an executive, board advisor, and builder of innovative organizations and movements that drive value for people and planet. As President & CEO of FairVote, Meredith leads a dedicated team to advance a more functional and representative democracy that delivers for every American. Previously, Meredith was CEO & President of the Board of the Council for Inclusive Capitalism, a global community of CEOs creating value through sustainable and inclusive business practices. The Council expanded from 25 to 570+ corporate and investor CEOs during her tenure, taking 780+ measurable actions tied to the UN SDGs. She was CEO of the separate Coalition for Inclusive Capitalism, which convened leaders across private, public, and civic sectors to launch market-relevant reforms.
Meredith has a track record of leading multi-stakeholder initiatives at executive levels with market impact. This includes the Just Transition Framework for Company Action, the first private-sector guide for companies, investors and policymakers to advance environmental and social goals with transition tied to market indicators, and the Pension Fund Coalition long-term value creation template mandates for use by asset owners and asset managers in public equity and private markets investment contracts. Formerly, Meredith was Head of Research & Strategy at Eurasia Group, a global geopolitical advisory firm. She oversaw the firm’s research platform and advised industry leaders and investors on global politics and 21st century drivers of trade, disruption, and growth. Her 20+ years of experience in business, strategy, policy, and analysis spans multiple sectors and regions. Meredith has led strategic advisory for Fortune 500 firms, worked in the US Senate and as a US diplomat and government official in Beijing, where she advised two US ambassadors and analyzed politics, economics, and security issues for policymakers.

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