Amy Sloane-Pinel’s professional life has spanned thirty years of senior level experience in public affairs, corporate communications, and change management, including extensive strategic responsibility for public and private sector entities in Europe, the Middle East, Asia, and the U.S. In recent years, her focus has been on infrastructure as an impact investment and sustainable development instrument (ESG), particularly in building the public private partnerships so critical to supporting social infrastructure and capacity building in emerging nations and underserved communities.
She has served as an adviser to ArtBasel, Paris Photo, Eurosport/Discovery Communications, The European Fine Art Foundation (TEFAF Maastricht), The Henri Cartier Bresson Foundation, Vivendi, Corbis, EMI Music Group, Bertelsman Music Group, Sapient/Publicis, and Sonia Rykiel, among others.
In 2012, she joined Meridiam Infrastructure as a senior advisor to the chairman and founder, Thierry Deau. Meridiam is an independent investment firm specialized in the development, financing, and management of long-term public infrastructure projects. With offices in Paris, New York, Toronto, Istanbul, Dakar, and Luxembourg, Meridiam currently manages €5 billion of assets, and has invested over 50 projects internationally to date. She oversees the firm’s strategic partnership portfolio which includes the World Economic Forum, The Bretton Woods Committee, The German Marshall Fund, the Atlantic Council, and the Longterm Infrastructure Investors Association (LTIIA).
She holds a BA in Art History from Harvard University and is both a U.S. and French citizen. She and her husband, Nicolas Pinel, and their two children, Alexandra and Charles, were based in Paris until 2012. Amy and Nicolas currently split their time between Paris and North Carolina.