JOIN THE TEAM
We are a group of passionate individuals from all over the world who have come together over one shared goal: to ensure that every cent spent fighting poverty ultimately improves people’s lives. We do this by working with service providers in developing countries and those that fund them to tie funding to meaningful social outcomes. We do not shy away from asking the hard questions that have yet to be answered, and we look for that same curiosity and drive in everyone that joins our team. We work with the public, private, and social sectors to improve the impact international development projects have on the lives of the most vulnerable.
We constantly seek resourceful, hungrily curious, self-motivated and adaptable individuals to be an integral part of the Instiglio team. In return, we offer a high-touch, entrepreneurial setting that thrives in its diversity and its drive to change the way development funding works for those that should benefit most.
We hope that you join us on this journey and help contribute to the emergence of a results-driven, beneficiary-centered approach to the funding of social programs. By taking on one of our internships, fellowships, and/or full-time positions, you will be an integral part of a team that is catalyzing the widespread adoption of Results-Based Financing in international development.
Instiglio stands on the shoulders of innumerable friends, family members, and colleagues who have made – and continue to make – contributions to our social enterprise that truly humble us. We are particularly proud of our alumni, whom you can find all over the world, at organizations such as:
- BBC Media Action
- Boston Consulting Group
- Cornell University
- Global Innovation Fund
- Harvard Kennedy School
- Innovations for Poverty Action
- Institute of Development Studies
- Inter American Development Bank
- International Finance Corporation
- International Labor Organization
- Ministry of Education of Colombia
- Omidyar Network
- Parliament of the United Kingdom
- The Bridgespan Group
- The Wharton School
- The World Bank
- University of Oxford