Triskeles Foundation

707 Eagleview Blvd.

Suite #105

Exton, PA 19341

(610) - 321 - 9876

Office@Triskeles.org

The Triskeles Foundation is an independent, public 501(c)(3) charity that helps individuals, families, and organizations effectively reach their philanthropic goals in a simple manner.

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A copy of the official registration and financial information of Triskeles Foundation may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll free, within Pennsylvania, 1-800-732-0999.  Registration does not imply endorsement.

Triskeles Foundation does not provide legal, tax or investment advice  All information is intended to be educational in nature. Tax benefits and consequences differ from person to person, and vary depending on the federal or state laws applicable to each person.

Mark Reed

Contact Fund

Since 2008 Mark has been Principal at Alembic Community Development, a New York

Mark is Contact Fund’s Founder and Manager. Since 2005 Mark has been responsible for overseeing all underwriting, marketing, and operations of Contact Fund, including structuring 25 private loans to high impact New York City nonprofits and raising capital from over 60 high net worth investors and foundations.
City based developer of affordable and supportive housing with neighborhood restoration operations in New Orleans.  

Mark is a former Vice President of Portfolio Management at the Bank of New York, where he concentrated on North American corporate credit risk management. While at the bank, he co-managed a $500 million bond portfolio and a $300 million credit derivative portfolio. 

Since 2009, Mark has served on the Board of Directors of Green Diamond Resources Company, a fourth-generation, family-owned timber business based in Seattle, Washington. The company produces FSC-certified redwood and Douglas Fir lumber in California and Douglas Fir and hemlock logs in Washington State.  Mark is also a board member of the Rudolf Steiner School in New York City, the North Star Fund, and the Corbin Hill Food Project.  

Prior to moving to New York, Mark managed an after-school program for public housing residents in San Francisco’s Mission District and managed a youth community center. He holds a BA in Anthropology from Stanford University and an MBA in Finance from the Stern School of Management at NYU.