Geoff creates products, companies and global systems that help people live better. He has spent the last 20 years designing business solutions to poverty that generate both social and financial returns.

About Geoff

Geoff Davis


Impact Investing
Private Equity
Venture Capital
Social Innovation
Inclusive Financial Services

Geoff is the managing partner of Enoch Capital Partners, leading the impact investing firm in overall strategy, fundraising, and deal process. He is also a partner at Cicero Group. Additionally, Geoff is the Chairman of Align17, an advisor at MIT Solve, and a member of Fast Company’s Impact Council.

Prior to co-founding Cicero Capital, Geoff managed the Perpetual Education Fund, a higher education loan fund operating in 90 countries, and established self-reliance training programs in 120 countries for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. He is the previous CEO of Unitus, one of the first commercial investors in microfinance, and co-founder of Unitus Equity Fund (now Elevar Equity). Geoff also worked with Nobel laureate Muhammad Yunnus for 3 years, and helped launch Grameen Foundation, a global leader in microfinance. He has been recognized as a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum, Entrepreneur of the Year by Ernst & Young, and an Entrepreneurial Thought Leader by Stanford University. Geoff’s work has impacted over 75 million people.

Geoff earned degrees from Brigham Young and Harvard Universities.

Career Highlights

Chairman, Align17
Venture Partner, Arctaris Capital
Director, Perpetual Education Fund
CEO, White Hat Ventures
CEO, Unitus
Board Member,; Vittana; Juntos; Dignity Fund; World Economic Forum Global Agenda Council