Sarah Kroon Chiles



Vice President, TrustLaw, Thomson Reuters Foundation
New York, NY, USA

Sarah Kroon Chiles is focused on business development efforts in the U.S. for the Thomson Reuters Foundation, working to deepen the impact of the Foundation’s programming through partnerships and other initiatives. She manages relationships with the members of TrustLaw Connect, the global pro bono platform, and oversees high impact programs in the areas of social entrepreneurship, impact investing, and in Haiti.

Sarah was most recently a vice president with SeaChange Capital Partners, a philanthropic network focused on providing growth capital to exceptional education nonprofits. Prior to SeaChange, she served as the director of programs for the NYU Stern School of Business’s Berkley Center for Entrepreneurial Studies, and as an adjunct professor of social entrepreneurship. She launched and directed the Stewart Satter Program in Social Entrepreneurship at NYU, oversaw grant making for the Satter Social Entrepreneurship Fund, and advised students and alumni on their business plans and operations. Previously, Sarah was an associate in the Private Equity Group at SoundView Technology Group. Earlier in her career, she directed the nonprofit social venture, Earth Tones, a long distance reseller owned and operated by a consortium of environmental groups. Sarah was also a regional coordinator on campaign finance reform for the Public Interest Research Group.

Sarah is a graduate of Middlebury College and the NYU Stern School of Business.