Andrea Moffat
Senior Director, Sustainable Investing

Andrea leads Addenda’s Stewardship efforts. Stewardship includes active engagement with companies and issuers on Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) matters to enhance the long-term value of investments for clients. This also includes actively promoting sustainable financial markets by collaborating with experts and engaging with standard-setters and policymakers to create a more sustainable and net-zero aligned economy and market.


  • Addenda Capital: Senior Director, Sustainable Investing (since 2023)
  • Ivey Foundation: Vice-President (2015-2023)
  • Ceres: Vice-President, Corporate Programs (2005-2015)
  • Environment Canada: Senior Advisor (1999-2005)
  • University of Toronto: Research Assistant, Environmental Risk Assessment and Financial Products (1996-1998)
  • The Municipality of Metropolitan Toronto: Associate, Office of the Chairman (1996)
  • African Medical and Research Foundation: Community Development Research Analyst (1995-1996)
  • Burns Fry Ltd.: Associate to Quantitative Financial Analyst (1993-1994)


  • Master of Environmental Studies from the Dalhousie University
  • Honours Bachelor of Business Administration from Queen’s University
  • High Potential Leaders Program from the Harvard Business School
  • Boardroom Financial Essentials course from the Institute of Corporate Directors
  • Sustainable Investing Program from the Smith School of Business

Industry Involvement:

  • Course Faculty Member, Osgoode Certificate in ESG, Climate Risk & the Law, Osgoode Law School (since 2021)
  • Board member, Chair Investment Committee, Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) (2013-2021)
  • Founding member, Advisory Board, Institute for Sustainable Finance (ISF), Smith School of Business (since 2019)
  • Board Member, Experimental Lakes Area (ELA), Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD) (since 2018)
  • Board Member, Environment Funders Canada (EFC) (since 2016)
  • Member, Founding Advisory Board, Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (2011-2013)