Jack Northrup is president of New England Market Research, Inc. of Middlebury, Vermont, a company that works with nonprofits, foundations, government agencies, and private companies conducting primary research and statistical analyses. Clients include the Annie E. Casey Foundation; Habitat for Humanity; the Aspen Institute; NeighborWorks America; the American Physicians Assistant’s Association; the Association for Energy Affordability; and the cities of New Orleans, Oakland, New York, Atlanta, Indianapolis, and Providence, Rhode Island. He has co-authored several publications including case studies for the FB Heron Foundation on mission-related portfolio investing, portfolio investing for community development for the Responsible Endowments Coalition, and insurance company community philanthropy for AltruShare Securities. Additionally, he designed the curriculum for the first CDFI Online Training and training for the North Carolina Community Capital Initiative. He has taught at the University of Vermont and at the Graduate School of Business at Southern New Hampshire University. Besides nonprofit work, Jack has performed data mining and primary research for Genworth Financial, Fleet Bank and Littleton(NH) Savings Bank, several television networks and movie studios, and other corporations and entrepreneurs. Prior to his current position, Jack was Director of Research for Integrated Media Measurement Inc., of San Mateo, California, President of the New Hampshire Consumer Utilities Cooperative, Vice President of the Institute for Cooperative Community Development, a nonprofit research firm, a city planner for Bloomington, Indiana and a vice president for several nonprofit housing development corporations and loan funds. He holds a BS and MS from New Hampshire College and an MBA from Dartmouth College.