CRF Welcomes Arielle Mack as Legal Fellow
CRF’s newest fellow, Arielle Mack, is an experienced attorney and business strategist with a globe-trotting resume and a passion for finance, entrepreneurship and mentoring.
In her new year-long fellowship at CRF, Mack will work with funders and lenders to create COVID-19 recovery funds for small businesses and support CRF’s social justice work. Mack comes to CRF from the Chicago office of international law firm Ropes & Gray, where she advised on the formation and operation of open-end and closed-end funds.
Mack will also work to improve CRF’s ability to serve BI-POC communities by ensuring its policies and processes are optimized to reach traditionally underserved communities.
Mack earned her MA Hons undergraduate degree in international relations and management from the University of St. Andrews in Scotland, followed by her MSc in management from London Business School. Upon returning to the U.S., Mack earned her Juris Doctor from the University of Michigan Law School.
“Arielle comes to CRF with a fresh perspective and a dedication to social, racial and economic justice. We are looking forward to leveraging her insights as we develop bigger and better capital resources for historically underserved communities.” –Eric Chapin, General Counsel.