Unreasonable Mentors

Daniel Izzo

Impact investing pioneer in Latin America

Daniel is an Unreasonable Mentor. Daniel has participated in 5 programs, including mentoring virtually in Fall 2020 Programs, and has advised over 64 Unreasonable companies.
Partner and co-founder of Vox Capital, Brazil’s first impact investing venture capital firm, focused on high potential businesses serving the Brazilian low income population through products and services with the potential to improve their lives. Vox Capital has been recently featured on a Harvard Business School case.
Daniel has over 20 years of experience in marketing, business development and start-up investment. He has been working with the Brazilian low income population since 2007. Daniel has an MBA with high distinction from HEC Montreal and a BA from EAESP/FGV in Brazil. He is a board member for several companies, member of the ANDE Global Executive Committeee, a World Responsible Leader by the BMW Foundation and a Professor at the Impact Investing Executive Program at Said Business School, in Oxford.