Miriam Davidovic


Miriam is a mother of four, organic farmer, rural innovator, and General Partner at Roshem Ventures in Israel. She founded the Roshem Strategic Communications and Impact management firms and leads projects across Serbia, South Africa, Canada and the United States that are focused on stakeholder benefit.

Along with a team of mission-driven women, she co-founded the Roshem Foundation where she is currently an educator developing and teaching impact investing, financing impact, and blended finance courses. She is proud of her 10 years as a sustainable development advisor, shared value strategy expert, and 5 years as an impact investing and regenerative economy advocate. Miriam coaches CEOs, executives, investors, entrepreneurs, farmers, and nonprofit organizations through the processes of developing mission-driven business strategy, realizing meaningful impact outcomes, and accessing patient, aligned capital for their initiatives. Her time is shared between Israel, South Africa and rural villages in Serbia. Miriam is a Fellow with the Impact Investing Institute of Denver, Colorado, and completed a Certificate in Impact Investing in Africa through the University of Cape Town’s Graduate School of Business. Her workdays are dedicated to the development of rural innovation center initiatives for the regenerative economy, rooted within village centers in Serbia and Israel, while being connected globally through the Roshem Network. Miriam is inspired by the mountains, forest, ocean and wild spaces to ensure nature and technology merge responsibly and sustainably. Along with her team, she builds networks of stakeholder-driven, trading and social platforms that facilitate impact verification and distribute products that solve the world’s most significant challenges.