Letitia Ferrier Webster
Letitia is a managing director in Sustainability Investing and head of Sustainability for Private Investing within Goldman Sachs Asset Management. She serves on the Asset Management Sustainability Council. Letitia joined Goldman Sachs as a managing director in 2020.
Prior to joining the firm, Letitia was chief sustainability officer and partner at Mission Driven Capital Partners (MDCP), a private equity firm that invests in sustainable products and solutions to accelerate corporate sustainability efforts. Prior to MDCP, she served as global vice president of sustainability and head of purpose for the VF Corporation, the Fortune 500 parent company of brands, including The North Face, Timberland and Vans. She created the VF Made for Change Sustainability Strategy and led the effort to create and integrate a first ever, enterprise-wide purpose. Earlier in her career, Letitia spent twelve years at The North Face as senior director of marketing, where she focused on strategic marketing, sustainability and outdoor participation. She began her career at Sheep Mountain Alliance, a grassroots citizen organization dedicated to preserving the natural environment in Southwest Colorado. Letitia serves as a director on the Impact Nano LLC, Metiri, Recover and Tres Mesas Wind Farm boards.
Letitia earned a BA from Bowling Green State University and an MBA from Pinchot University.