Key Personnel

The Domini Funds are managed through a two-step process designed to capitalize on the strengths of Domini Impact Investments and a financial sub-manager.

For our equity funds, Domini performs social, environmental and governance analysis, and Wellington Management then utilizes quantitative modeling techniques to manage the portfolio.

For the Domini Impact Bond Fund, Domini develops an approved universe of companies and sets the overall social, environmental and governance standards, and Wellington utilizes proprietary analytical tools to manage the portfolio. Wellington Management Company has been serving as submanager of the Domini Impact Bond Fund since January 7, 2015.

Domini ESG Team

  Background Responsibility

Amy Domini, CFA

Founder and Chair

BA, Boston University



Oversees the application of the Funds’ social and environmental standards to equities and fixed income

Voting member of the Investment Committee

Carole Laible, CPA


BS, St. Johns University

Joined Domini Impact Investments in 1997

Oversees the application of the Funds’ social and environmental standards to equities and fixed income


Non-voting member of the Investment Committee

Steve Lydenberg, CFA

Partner, Strategic Vision

BA, Columbia College

MFA, Cornell University

Joined Domini Impact Investments in 2001

Oversees the integration of Domini’s social and environment standards into its research processes


Voting member of the Investment Committee

Adam Kanzer, Esq.

Managing Director & Director of Corporate Engagement and Public Policy 

JD, Columbia Law School

BA, University of Pennsylvania

Joined Domini Impact Investments in 1998

Oversees the Funds’ shareholder activism and proxy voting activities.

Shin Furuya

Vice President, Responsible Investment Research & Engagement Specialist

BA, University of Oregon

MA, Syracuse University

Joined Domini Impact Investments in 2006

Responsible for the application of the Funds’ social and environmental standards to equities


Voting member of the Investment Committee

Domini's research team is currently supported by four additional full time research associates. 




Wellington Management


Each portfolio is managed by a small team of investment professionals with complementary skills across a range of disciplines.  Together they devote significant effort towards advancing the total integrated investment process including research, model construction, portfolio implementation and risk control.  They are supported by portfolio coordinators who assist with the implementation of the investment approach. 

Donald S. Tunnell  - Domini Impact Equity Fund     

Senior Managing Director, Partner, Co-Director of Quantitative Investments, and Director of Quantitative Research

As director of Quantitative Research in Wellington Management’s Quantitative Investment Group (QIG), Don helps guide the research agenda and strategic direction of the group. Don devotes much of his time to the research and development of quantitative investment insights that are delivered to the broader firm and that are used in QIG’s own portfolio management process.

Don’s portfolio management responsibilities are concentrated in the US book of business, where he sits on most portfolio management teams.

Prior to joining the firm in 2001, Don worked with Mellon Equity Associates as a quantitative researcher and portfolio manager (1998 – 2001). He was also a quantitative analyst at Amoco Corporation in Chicago (1994 – 1997).

Don received his MBA from the University of Chicago (1997) and his BA/BS in computer science from Indiana State University (1987).

David J. Elliott, CFA, FRM - Domini Impact International Equity Fund

Senior Managing Director, Partner, Co-Director of Quantitative Investments, and Director of Quantitative Portfolio Management 

As director of portfolio management, David is responsible for overseeing the investment processes for the Quantitative Investment Group’s (QIG) global suite of products. He oversees the development of the group’s portfolio construction platform and related analytical tools. He also contributes to research, particularly in the areas of portfolio construction and risk management. He has done extensive work on the development of the firm’s global managed volatility strategies. David also collaborates with investors outside of QIG to deliver quantitative risk management tools and insights. 

Additionally, David is the lead portfolio manager on the Total Return Intersection product. The approach combines fundamental and quantitative inputs globally with the objective of maximizing risk-adjusted returns on an absolute basis.

Prior to joining Wellington Management in 1995, David served as an independent information technology consultant to health care and financial service firms, focusing on applying business intelligence techniques to large databases.

David received dual BS degrees in mathematics and computer and information sciences, Phi Beta Kappa, from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst (1989). Subsequently, he was admitted to the doctoral program at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and completed all but his dissertation in the field of computational neuroscience. He holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation and is a member of the Boston Security Analysts Society. He is also certified by the Global Association of Risk Professionals as a Financial Risk Manager (FRM).

Wellington Management’s Quantitative Investment Group (Equity Funds)

The Quantitative Investment Group is responsible for the development of ongoing enhancements to the firm’s Quantitative Equity Models (QE Models).  The Quantitative Investment Group currently includes 15 investment professionals, 11 of whom are responsible for conducting quantitative research.  These individuals are also responsible for implementing that research in portfolios. 

Campe Goodman, CFA - Domini Impact Bond Fund

Senior Managing Director, Partner, and Fixed-Income Portfolio Manager

Campe is a fixed-income portfolio manager on the US broad market team of Wellington Management, and has served as a portfolio manager responsible for the Domini Impact Bond Fund since January 7, 2015. Mr. Goodman joined Wellington Management in 2000. He is assisted by other members of Wellington Management’s US broad market team.​

About Wellington Management Company

Wellington Management Company LLP is responsible for the Domini Impact Equity FundDomini Impact International Equity Fund and Domini Impact Bond Fund’s financial standards and portfolio construction. Wellington Management is a professional investment counseling firm which provides investment services to mutual funds, employee benefit plans, endowments, foundations, and other institutions. Wellington Management and its predecessor organizations have provided investment advisory services for over 70 years. As of September 30, 2016, Wellington Management had investment management authority with respect to approximately $998 billion in assets.