Grad student @Kennedy_School + @StanfordBiz. Former lives in strategy @Purpose + @TheSyriaCmpgn, anti-trafficking in #Bangkok. I like to walk cities + countries
City : Cambridge
Country : US
I am passionate about:
I am especially passionate about (1) helping ordinary people identify the power they have to lead, regardless of their formal authority positions, and (2) helping private sector organizations achieve meaningful social impact in ways that align with core business objectives.
In Spring 2018, Ali will complete joint MBA and MPA degrees at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and Harvard Kennedy School of Government, respectively. In Fall 2018, she will begin a role as ESG Business Manager at State Street Global Advisors, focused on responsibly investing institutional capital.
At Stanford, she was the co-president of the Social Innovation Club; at Harvard, she was a teaching assistant for Hugh O'Doherty's adaptive leadership course. Before attending business school, Ali was a senior strategy consultant at Purpose, a social business that builds movements to tackle global challenges. There, she spent most of her time helping to build The Syria Campaign, an advocacy organization campaigning for a free and peaceful Syria. Before Purpose, Ali was based in Bangkok, Thailand, where she founded an anti-human trafficking organization. She also spent time working at Ashoka and the Clinton Global Initiative. Ali graduated from Yale College with honors degrees in History and Political Science.
I can thought partner on the following topics:
Issues of diversity and inclusion, organizational change management, coaching, leadership development, criminal justice reform
My Adaptive Leadership studies
I began my adaptive leadership studies in 2015-2016
I studied with Ron Heifetz
I studied with Hugh O'Doherty
I studied with Tim O'Brien
I was also an adaptive leadership Teaching Assistant
My Adaptive Leadership Expertise
Advocacy/Community organizing |
Banking and Finance |
Criminal justice |
Diversity/Race relations |
Women's issues |