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Where Your Passion Meets Our Mission

Every day at Capital Impact, you can make a difference for communities across the country by championing key social and economic justice issues alongside a team of diverse and driven colleagues. We look for people who are curious about the world, adaptable to new innovations, and ready to build their skills to better advance our mission to break down barriers to success. If delivering results that foster good health, economic opportunity, and interconnectedness is your passion, then we welcome you to join our team.

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Supporting Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Diversity, equity, and inclusion are foundational not only to the work that we do, but who we are as an organization. We constantly strive to ensure that our staff represents the communities that we serve and has the training to understand complex societal issues so that we can create lasting, impactful solutions.

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Bringing our “Whole Selves” To Work

We bring our whole selves to work. All of our backgrounds. All of our experiences. The things that we are passionate about. The things that make us who we are every day. We bundle those things together and deploy that into the work that we do each and every day. This is what creates our unique culture and imbues a sense of pride in everything that we do.

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Standing Shoulder-To-Shoulder With Communities

We believe that every community has the potential to be a strong, vibrant place of opportunity. Fueled by our shared norms and values, our team works shoulder-to-shoulder with our community partners to harness the spirit of innovation and help ensure that all people can break the barriers to success.

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NPT's Best Nonprofits to Work For 2024 Badge

With a mission that inspires employees — and a management team that invests in them—the Momentus Capital branded family of organizations have been named among the best nonprofits in the United States, according to The NonProfit Times. Momentus Capital was ranked as the #3 large-sized nonprofit — which includes organizations with 250 or more employees — and #17 overall for organizations of any size.

This awards builds off our 2023 recognition in which both Capital Impact Partners and CDC Small Business Finance were each named to the list separately.


As a mission-driven organization, our core values serve as the foundation of the work we do each and every day. They shape our culture. They underlie our decisions and actions. They guide our relationships with borrowers, partners, investors, and the communities we serve.

Our values inspire us to do our best every day to achieve our mission and vision.


Our partnerships are built upon teamwork & sustained through individual responsibility.

Intentionally Inclusive:

We recognize that our differences make us stronger, so we create space for diverse perspectives & ensure they show up in our work.


Leading with integrity & accountability, we passionately execute all elements of our roles & relationships.


We are forward thinkers that inspire & support growth, creativity & risk taking with our communities & colleagues.

A Suite of Benefits

At Capital Impact, our passion for investing in communities begins with our own team. We are committed to supporting you, your family and loved ones through life’s various stages. Our generous benefits range from health care and insurance plans to employer-matched retirement options, and vacation, holiday and sick leave. We also look for creative ways to help our team recharge through summer hours and support their personal growth through tuition reimbursement. Below is an overview of our core offerings provided to eligible employees.

Health, Dental & Vision Insurance

Two national health care plans available along with dental and vision coverage options.

Paid Holidays & Time Off

Paid time-off includes: Vacation benefits beginning at 15 days per year and increasing with duration of service; 11 paid holidays; early pre-holiday office closures throughout the year.

Retirement & Pension

A multi-fund 401(k) retirement plan that includes employer matching based on certain contribution levels. In addition, qualifying employees are eligible to receive an additional retirement benefit fully funded by Capital Impact that is deposited into your 401(k) account.

HSA & FSA Accounts

Tax-reduction opportunities through Health Spending Accounts (HSA) and Health Care and Dependent Care Flexible Spending Accounts.

Sick & Personal Leave

Employees are provided with six days of sick leave and two days of personal leave.

Employer-paid Insurance Coverage

A variety of employer-paid policies including: Life & Accidental Death and Dismemberment (ADD); Short-term Disability; Long-term Disability; Work-related injuries and travel accidents; and employee assistance and counseling. Additional employee paid Life and ADD, and Supplemental Personal Protection insurance available.

Summer Hours

Early departure available on Fridays between Memorial Day and Labor Day.

Tuition Reimbursement

Tuition reimbursement program designed to help employees learn new skills or improve existing ones to support career growth.

Transportation Subsidy

Up to $150 per month to subsidize parking and public transportation expenses.

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Our Chief Human Resources Officer Talks about Our Culture & Values

Supporting Equity and Inclusion Internally

Capital Impact continually focuses on integrating the principles of our Equity Vision Statement into our lending and program strategy, as well as the very framework of our organization.

We hold ourselves accountable by publicly tracking progress in several ways as seen in our Annual Report, as well as in this table illustrating our breakdown of staff diversity.

*As of 12/31/2020 BIPOC Female
Capital Impact Staff 60% 64%
Executive Management Team 80% 60%
Lending Team 48% 52%
Program Development Team 45% 91%

Our Team in Action

Capital Impact CEO Ellis Carr poses in front of the word Justice.
Solving Systemic Issues through Partnership & Innovation

Even though we are a financial institution, we must not forget our commitment to social and economic justice. In this video, Capital Impact’s President and CEO Ellis Carr speaks to our national efforts to build partnerships with communities and key stakeholders to build thoughtful and innovative programs that break barriers to success.

Two Capital Impact employees talk in front of values mural in hallway.
Looking to our Values to Drive

Innovation is an important tool for organizations as they work to address issues of social, racial, and economic justice. Traditional thinking, however, is no longer enough. That is why, as a mission-driven organization, we look to our values to drive our work, ensure that we are true to our communities, and turn bold thinking into brave action.

Group of Capital Impact employees participate in diversity, equity, and inclusion discussion at large table.
Addressing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Internally

As individuals, professionals, and members of our community, we apply our own identity and personal narrative to our actions and convictions. Knowing that these factors influence how we work, we actively engage staff through training and workshops to ensure that we understand how our own values, experiences, and privilege influence the decisions that we make.

Staying Connected to Our Communities

Once a year we bring our entire team together to explore a community that we work in and lend our time to a local volunteer effort. We also take time to discuss strategy, recognize milestones, and celebrate our core values award winners. It is an opportunity to reset and recharge as we look to creating impact in the coming year.