A message from Boston Common’s Executive Team

Dear Clients and Partners, 

Last month, Boston Common announced an internal organizational change. Our firm has re-established its executive team leadership structure after deciding to amicably part company with former CEO Allyson McDonald. This marks a return to the collaborative leadership model that served us well for many years. As we enter our third decade, we remain client-centric, investment-focused, impact-driven, and entrepreneurial.   

Firm strategy, leadership, and oversight responsibilities are again held by the three of us: Geeta Aiyer, CFA, President; Matt Zalosh, CFA, CIO International Equities; and Kristina Eisnor, Chief Operating Officer. Together, our experienced, close-knit team will handle all executive decisions for the firm.  

This leadership transition does not impact our Portfolio Managers and Integrated Investment Team, which continue unchanged. There is also complete continuity in the ongoing oversight of client assets, relationship management, and our distinctive shareholder engagement efforts.  

Boston Common remains a majority women- and employee-owned LLC, and our internal Senior Management Team—comprised of representatives from all functional areas—continues intact, providing managerial support and advice to our executive team.  

We are grateful for the opportunity to serve you and welcome any questions you may have. 


Geeta, Matt, and Kristina 

Published On: March 18, 2024Categories: From the Commons