For the last 20 years Andrew has worked with children and youth. He specializes in Child Safeguarding and Protection, engaging with Refugees in all regions of Uganda. Using creative and innovative strategies such as training implementors to use ‘play’ as a conduit for learning and assisting vulnerable girls through sports and life skills/rights training. He enjoys working closely with women and youth to provide effective coaching strategies to lift these ones out of poverty for good. When not coaching you will find Andrew listening to Podcasts on a variety of topics from history to philosophy.
Agnes has over six years of experience in mentoring youth, providing them with psychosocial support and empowering them to excel. Her qualifications in community development coupled with a high-spirited nature create positive impact on the community while she is mobilizing, mentoring and counseling the economically disadvantaged women groups.
CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER (COO)
As COO of Street Business School (SBS) Amy Yanda-Lee combines expertise in marketing and public relations with a passion for empowering women. She previously served as the Executive Director of BeadforLife, the former sister organization to SBS. Under her leadership, SBS was chosen for the Hero Award by a committee of 13 Nobel Laureates. Amy brings leadership skills and marketing acumen to her role informed by an eclectic business background that includes over a decade of director-level expertise. She is looking forward to SBS serving 1 million women by 2027.
Anne is a certified public accountant with over 30 years experience in both industry and public accounting roles. She has worked for organizations in the non-profit and for-profit sectors and has a BS degree from Drake University and a MA degree from New York University.
Content & Communications Manager
Drawn to SBS’s blend of heart and impact, April is thrilled to be a member of the communications team. She earned a BA in International Affairs from CU Boulder before spending nearly a decade creating advertising for multinational brands like Microsoft and Diageo. After supporting nonprofits in a variety of roles from mentorship to development, she is pleased to return to her communications roots. Outside of work, she loves gardening and storytelling in all formats. She is a wife, a mama, and a sister.
PHILANTHROPIC PARTNERS ASSOCIATE
Berkeley is excited to be a part of Street Business School’s work to empower women globally. She holds a master’s degree in Public Service from the Clinton School of Public Service and has long been involved in women’s empowerment work, including managing an outreach program for a domestic violence shelter, developing an M&E toolkit for an international NGO’s India-based night-school program, speaking at her local Women’s March and volunteering with female asylum seekers. She spends her free time biking and volunteering with a Denver-based nonprofit, helping facilitate intercultural dialogue between teens in the U.S. and teens in the MENA region.
Catherine has over 10 years of experience managing a broad range of HR functions including policy development and legal compliance, recruitment, contracts, training and performance measurement. She has an extensive background in operation coordination including procurement, transport, insurance, IT systems and oversees all logistics to ensure day-to-day operational efficiency.
DIRECTOR OF GLOBAL TRAINING
Chris has over 30 years of experience as a keynote speaker, trainer, and performance improvement leader, and she holds a Master’s Degree in Organizational Performance and Change. She specializes in business planning and design, change management, organizational and talent development, and financial management. She owns her own performance improvement consulting firm, and has trained and coached thousands of individuals.
SPECIAL PROJECTS COORDINATOR
Focused on working at a place with good people that does meaningful work, Cindy enjoys getting the turn a lot of knobs at Street Business School. She holds a master’s degree in Business from Vanderbilt University and has spent much of her adult life raising her two boys.
When not working, you might find her outside with friends, in deep conversation with one of her dogs, spending time with family or traveling.
Collins has over 7 years of successful professional experience in the business and entrepreneurship sector, and has a Business Administration degree. As a certified education designer and certified entrepreneurship trainer, Collins has worked with a number of different organizations to facilitate entrepreneurship trainings, and to design purpose-built training curriculums, for people of varying backgrounds. Collins is driven by his commitment to entrepreneurship, and one day he hopes to witness a community where everyone has what they need.
CEO & CO-FOUNDER
Devin does more than lead strategically, she is a pioneer who moves and inspires people with innovative ideas, trusted expertise and thoughtful direction. With 20 years experience in social entrepreneurship and women’s economic empowerment, she’s devoted to creating a more amazing world that’s equitable and without extreme poverty. She also speaks, teaches and mentors on the power of belief and how to bring about positive and lasting change in our lifetime.
Erone is a Finance Assistant at BeadforLife and Street Business School. She received a bachelors degree in Business Management from Kyambogo University and is currently pursuing a Certified Public Accounting course from the Institute of Certified Public Accountants. When not working, Erone enjoys reading motivational books, business books and watching documentaries.
Evelyn is dedicated to uplifting African women and reversing the devastating effects of poverty. She is the co-Director of our Uganda office, overseeing all program strategy and implementation. Evelyn holds a Bsc. In Agriculture and a post graduate diploma in Small & Medium Enterprises. Evelyn is a recovering banker, having worked for years developing bank products and pioneering microfinance in Uganda. When she is not evangelizing about SBS or inspiring people with her speaking, Evelyn is rejuvenated by new sights and being in nature.
Director of Philanthropy
Evan has worked in fundraising since 2006 and holds a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from the University of Toronto and an MBA from DePaul University’s Kellstadt School of Business. Evan started his career with The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and served as Development Director for the 125+ year old Chicago Commons Association. Most recently, he served as Chief Development Officer at Inspiration Corporation. Evan is a lover of music and the outdoors, and he enjoys exploring urban and natural environments with his wife, two children, and dog.
REGIONAL MANAGER OF GLOBAL TRAINING
Emmanuel has spent 10 years working internationally in a variety of leadership areas, from cultivating and growing networks, to training trainers, to managing budgets. He specializes in positively and progressively coaching and supporting partners and teams toward meaningful impact. He has a contagious energy and enthusiasm coupled with creativity and innovation. He loves sports and making and learning from new professional acquaintances.
Immaculate is a Communications and digital media marketer with a demonstrated history of working in the online media industry. She earned a bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Communication at Makerere University, Uganda. She has gained experience from working with the most credible brands in the East African region. These brands include but are not limited to Uganda Breweries Limited, Airtel Uganda, Centenary Bank Uganda, Finance Trust Bank, and National Social Security Fund (NSSF).
At SBS, Immaculate is extending her skills to promote the organization’s public image.
LEARNING LAB PROGRAM ASSISTANT
Irene loves to see positive growth among the women on their path to financial independence. Her background includes 7 years of experience working with children and youth in the areas of Behavior Change, AIDS and HIV including helping vulnerable households. At SBS, Irene helps recruit, coach women, and do continuous follow-ups. She loves adventure movies and inspirational books.
Irene loves to play; no wonder her passion is working with children and youth, which she has been doing for over 10 years. Women play major roles in the lives of children & youth, and by working with Street Business School to build potential in women, she is indirectly touching lives of children and youth in communities.
Irene holds a diploma in Business Administration, a bachelor’s degree in Accounting and Finance and a post-graduate diploma in Program Planning and Management.
Among other things, she loves travelling, and playing (games and sports).
Jacqueline is part of the Philanthropy team focusing on individual giving and volunteer engagement. She has over seven years of experience in strategic partnerships, informal STEM education and volunteer management at several nonprofits across the country. She received her master’s degree in Environmental Management from the University of Hawaii and served as an AmeriCorps VISTA in Reno, NV for two years.
Jacqueline is thrilled to be working with women and for women around the world.
Joseph loves working with SBS. “There is a way people feel when they know they are loved. It is unique,” says Joseph. Joseph supports our Operations team doing procurement, logistics and greeting visitors with his big smile. Joseph has worked in various roles with BeadforLife and Street Business School including shea production, inventory support, stores management, and much more.
In his free time, you can find Joseph watching adventure movies.
GLOBAL ONLINE NETWORK ENGAGEMENT MANAGER
As the Global Online Network Engagement Manager, Julie manages Street Business School’s online poverty-eradication offerings. She interacts with Global Catalyst Partners and keeps them connected to one another. Julie previously worked at BeadforLife where her commitment to ending extreme poverty was solidified. Her extensive background in marketing and design brings creative solutions to help further Street Business School’s mission.
MONITORING & EVALUATION CONSULTANT
Joy has considerable experience implementing M&E activities for international and domestic organizations. Projects have included evaluating livelihood projects in Nigeria, looking at income growth with new irrigation access in India and assisting organizations with supporting start-ups in post-conflict Southern Sudan. She has cross-sector experience in economic and agricultural development, water resources and community-based partnerships. She also has program management experience with international higher education initiatives.
Kevin Babirye holds a bachelors degree in development studies. During her 7 years working with communities, Kevin believes that every woman has the potential and ability to transform her life. She builds women’s esteem through her coaching sessions and loves associating with children & women to help them discover their potential. During her free time, she engages with children in music and ball games.
SALES OUTREACH SPECIALIST
Kimberly is part of the Street Business School outreach team. She has worked in the non-profit sector for several decades specializing in communications, development and advocacy. Passionate about community, social justice and equity, she has served on a number of boards over the years including Media in the Public Interest, the Boulder Chamber Orchestra, American Friends Service Committee NM and as Chair of the advocacy committee for the Colorado Coalition for Girls.
When not promoting a cause, she is an aromatherapist and an outdoors enthusiast.
MANAGER OF GLOBAL TRAINING CREATIVITY
Korri has over eight years of program management experience, including new program development, orientation and training, project planning, budget management and stakeholder engagement. She is an accomplished University lecturer with 10 years of classroom management experience, including designing course specific syllabi and requirements and creating a variety of learning experiences.
LEARNING LAB PROGRAM ASSISTANT
Margret believes in the coaching aspect of SBS which unlocks the potential of women towards financial independence.
She has five years experience working with poverty alleviation programs with a focus on training, agricultural value addition, and mentoring in slums and rural communities. Margret has a bachelor’s degree in Population Studies and is currently pursuing a post graduate diploma in Monitoring and Evaluation. In her free time, Margret loves to listen to traditional Ugandan music.
Michael is inspired by his work because he has seen women going from having nothing to being strong and empowered and having a great story to tell about their income and their families. Michael holds a diploma in Business Administration in Accounting & Finance and is currently pursuing a Professional Qualification as a Certified Public Accountant. He is one of the few people on the planet who loves reading economics journals.
STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP LIAISON
Nicole has 10 years of exciting experience working across cultures in partner relations and international education. She is a natural at meaningful relationship-building, and she works alongside our CEO and Director of Global Training to customize offerings of our entrepreneurship training to support our international partner organizations. She is located in Jordan, and when she’s not working for SBS, you can find Nicole traveling, learning Arabic, or making art.
PARTNERSHIPS PROGRAM COORDINATOR
Phoebe is passionate about women-led development initiatives that bring real change to the lives of families. She has eight years of experience in community development work with an interest in poverty eradication including reproductive health, business training and coaching, and creative facilitation for young adults to realize their full potential and thrive.
SBS SENIOR GLOBAL TRAINER
Racheal’s community development experience includes program design, instructional training, evaluation and curriculum writing. Her professional experience includes training, coaching and mentoring, and monitoring and evaluation of public health interventions with Makindye Division—KCCA.
LEARNING LAB PROGRAM ASSISTANT
Ritah loves working with women and is thrilled seeing them positively change their lives. She has 7 years of experience in community development and holds a Bachelors degree in Economics. Ritah comes to SBS from Bulogo Women’s Group, one of the first SBS Global Catalyst Partners. She helps recruit women to join SBS, conducts trainings, and does coaching visits. The most interesting book Ritah has recently read is “The Seven Bad Habits of Women in Leadership.”
Roda has four years of experience in counseling and transforming the lives of the most disadvantaged groups like orphans and vulnerable children, offering psychosocial support to adolescent girls, young women and people living with HIV/AIDS. She is amazed walking the journey with young women and girls, empowering them with income generating activities to become great entrepreneurs. She is passionate about coaching women to realize their potential, start businesses, become independent and transform their lives and the lives of their families. During her free time, Roda loves reading inspirational quotes, listening to music and storytelling with children and older people.
Seeing women get themselves out of poverty touches Rovienah’s heart. She says, “We give people a sense that they are not alone, that someone cares about them.”
Rovienah spearheads all of our logistics, procurement and transport coordination. She holds a certificate in Community Healthcare and has 11 years of operations experience.
Rovienah is fun to hang around because she cracks jokes to paint a smile on anyone’s face.
FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING MANAGER
Rupal strongly believes in eliminating entrenched barriers for women to create inclusive, open and prosperous societies. This led her to begin her journey as an active volunteer for BeadforLife over eight years ago. Today, she leads the Street Business School finance team in Uganda. She has a bachelor’s degree in Financial Mathematics and is also serving as a consultant for a nonprofit that educates children from underprivileged backgrounds.
Rupal is a firm believer in women’s rights and education for all.
Susan is a dynamic, self-driven person who is passionate about improving livelihoods in communities with Street Business School.
She is very creative with great skills in communication, financial management, computer applications, problem solving through proper analysis of workflow and time management. Susan prides herself on being honest, trustworthy and able to deliver results with limited supervision. Susan is a strong believer of teamwork for better results.
Tammy hold a bachelor’s degree in Accounting. Her professional experience includes Staff Accountant and Corporate Controller. Tammy has served as Treasurer and Board Member for two non-profit organizations. A firm believer in the value of volunteering, Tammy has spent many hours contributing to her community through various volunteer opportunities. In her free time, Tammy loves to enjoy the outdoors by hiking and alpine skiing.
GLOBAL HR MANAGER
Tricia has spent her career in Human Resources, leading and supporting a range of international HR functions both in the corporate and non-profit sectors. Tricia currently oversees HR operations in the US as well as the plan to support Street Business School’s growth. She is especially passionate about recruiting great people to join the SBS team.
Being able to learn more about people’s stories and getting to talk to them about the SBS mission is one of the highlights of the job.
Sophia has spent more than 6 years in community economic empowerment. Working with both men and women living in poverty, Sophia has trained and mentored entrepreneurship and financial management programs designed to equip skills to positively transform their lives. She feels invigorated when surrounded by nature, anything from rivers to trees, she loves to spend her time surrounded by the beauty of the natural world.
Alfred is a Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and Learning Specialist with a decade of hands-on experience working in and with East and Southern African communities. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Public Health and a master’s degree in Monitoring and Evaluation. He was a founding member of Menstrual Hygiene Day at WASH United before joining ZanaAfrica to lead the Nia Project, a randomized controlled trial (RCT) in 140 public schools at the Kenyan coast. He has previously worked with IRDO, Ruby Cup as well as with the Ministry of Health in Kenya and the Kenya Medical Research Institute.
Our Board provides strategic oversight for our organization which includes programmatic direction worldwide, as well as fiduciary responsibility, strategic leadership, organizational planning and operational guidance. They are passionate about achieving our goal of igniting 1 million women out of poverty.
Nair is Chief Product and Experience Officer at Airtel, leading product vision and strategy across B2B, B2C and platform products. He is the customer experience leader for Airtel’s 300M+ consumers and 2,000+ businesses. Nair is also the CEO of Wynk Limited, Airtel’s digital entertainment company. In this capacity, he is responsible for the growth of music, video and other OTT services business. Nair holds an MBA from The Wharton School, and currently lives in Gurgaon, Haryana, India.
Molero is the Chief Government Officer at Teach for All, leading the public sector strategy and relationship management of high-level government and multilateral officials across the world. Molero is a Founding Partner of Global Competitiveness Consulting. She provides technical, capacity building and project management services in the fields of economics, social and territorial promotion. Molero holds an MBA from The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and completed Stanford Graduate School of Business’s Executive Program in Social Entrepreneurship and Social Impact. Molero lives in Madrid, Spain.
BOARD MEMBER & PRESIDENT
Lawson has had a long career in executive management positions with nonprofit, university and for-profit organizations. She was the CEO of The Kidney TRUST and the COO and Senior Project Director for Pangaea Global AIDS Foundation. Her professional history includes service as Vice President of Administration and Finance at Cal State Monterey Bay, Vice President of Administration and Finance at Marin Community Foundation and CFO at the Pacific Stock Exchange. Barbara holds an MBA.
Lane is a retired Principal and Managing Director at CSS, an international firm providing fundraising, development services and strategic consulting for 75 years. Lane brings more than 30 years of nonprofit fundraising experience to the Board. She has provided professional counsel to human service, humanitarian, civic, education, healthcare, conservation, cultural, and faith-based organizations in the United States and internationally. She resides in Mount Vernon, Iowa.
CEO & CO-FOUNDER
Hibbard does more than lead strategically, she is a pioneer who moves and inspires people with innovative ideas, trusted expertise and thoughtful direction. With 20 years of experience in social entrepreneurship and women’s economic empowerment, she’s devoted to creating a more amazing world that’s equitable and without extreme poverty. She also speaks, teaches and mentors on the power of belief and how to bring about positive and lasting change in our lifetime.
Ewechu is the CEO and Founder of SHONA, an organization that grows East African Good Businesses, ones that are viable and that positively benefits society by creating and balancing value for all their stakeholders, including customers, employees, owners, value chain partners and the communities in which they are based. He and his team are leading the way in social impact in this area of the world. In addition to SHONA, he founded and operated two other strategic startups. Ewechu resides in Kampala, Uganda.
Namatovu is a post-doctorate fellow at the Copenhagen Business School, is a senior lecturer at Makerere University Business School in Uganda and has served on the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) Board. She has conducted extensive research on resource mobilization and strategies/mechanisms for entrepreneurial growth in small businesses. Namatovu is currently living in Copenhagen, Denmark.
GLOBAL AMBASSADOR & CO-FOUNDER
Wakefield is Street Business School’s Global Ambassador. She co-founded BeadforLife as well as other organizations that help the world’s poor or marginalized, including Medicine and Miracles, providing education and community for people living with HIV/AIDS, Hollyhock, a retreat center nurturing wellness and social enterprise, and Wellspring, a holistic medical clinic.
BOARD EMERITUS VISION KEEPER
Jordan has been involved in the health profession for the past 30 years as a practicing psychotherapist, group facilitator, hospice care worker, and health advocate. She is also involved in poverty-eradication/income-generation projects in the Andes of Peru and in the Amazon region of Ecuador. She has a MFA in poetry and is the author of Clear Cut: One Women’s Journey of Life in the Body.
FOUNDER & EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF GENERATION FOR CHANGE & DEVELOPMENT (GENCAD)
Abdirashid Ali is the Founder & the Executive Director of Generation for Change & Development (GENCAD), a UK and Kenya registered Charity supporting pastoralist communities in Northern Kenya. He holds a B.Ed degree from Kenyatta University and MSc Social Policy & Planning in Developing Countries from the London School of Economics. He has a vast amount of experience in International Development. Abdirashid is passionate about empowering women and girls.
PROJECT CONCERN INTERNATIONAL, CEO
Carrie Hessler-Radelet is the President & CEO of Project Concern International (PCI). Hessler-Radelet served as Director of the Peace Corps (2012-2017) and has spent decades leading global health efforts with John Snow, Inc., consulting on programs for USAID and the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief. Carrie holds a Master of Science in Health Policy and Management from Harvard University.
Murphy has worked with women and service organizations for close to 35 years including Planned Parenthood and women’s shelters in Colorado.
Murphy worked as a Deputy District Attorney, specializing in the prosecution of recidivist domestic abusers and trainer on domestic violence prosecution for law enforcement throughout Colorado.
In recent years, Murphy was a board member for Peacemaker Institute- initiating an intensive peace retreat program in Rwanda for genocide survivors, perpetrators, rescuers, and all those impacted by the violence of the 1994 Rwandan Genocide. Murphy has also served as a board member for Boulder Rotary Club, working as a mentor, and international and local service projects.
DIRECTOR OF PROGRAMS, GIRL UP INITIATIVE UGANDA
Clare has over 13 years’ experience in working with communities putting to good use her background in Adult and community education. She is highly skilled in community mobilization and stakeholder engagement a skill she has developed overtime with her work previously at Beadforlife Uganda where for seven years she worked with young women to promote economic empowerment.
Currently, in her role as the Director Of Programs for Girl Up Initiative Uganda, Clare continues to nurture her passion and dedication for empowering and improving the well-being of girls and women and the communities they live in.
Darin Layman brings more than 30 years of international leadership in computer and telecommunications technology. The past 10 years have focused on integrating international technology companies into IBM. Darin’s hobbies and interests include running, biking, swimming, renewable energy, and supporting nonprofits working to eliminate poverty.
STONECREST FINANCIAL, DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS
CAPCON FOUNDATION, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Erika Luitjens has a long history of working in the finance industry and cares deeply about developing strong partnerships to increase impact and operational efficiency.
FOUNDER AND CEO, THE WILD NETWORK
Fiona is the Founder and CEO of the WILD Network (Women Innovators and Leaders Development) and works at the intersection of innovation, leadership, and global development. One of the pioneering voices in the fields of social entrepreneurship and international development, committed to helping women make their mark in the social change sector. Fiona is committed to helping people achieve their potential. She is a Professor of Entrepreneurship at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business, where she also runs a leadership clinic for MBA students, and serves as an Entrepreneur-in-Residence to mentor and coach emerging social innovators and leaders across disciplines.
PHILANTHROPY UNIVERSITY, PROGRAMS AND PARTNERSHIPS MANAGER
Jenna has over 10 years of program design and grantmaking experience. She is passionate about advancing culturally relevant approaches and empowering local leaders who have already been solving their community’s most pressing challenges. She is a lifelong Chicagoan who believes in the power of women in partnership to change the world.
MCCARTHY STRATEGIES, PRESIDENT & FOUNDER
After a career beginning in democratic politics, Jill McCarthy now serves as a public affairs strategist with 15-years of experience in leading global public-private partnerships, social impact and sustainability programs, and marketing & communications campaigns for high-profile global brands, executives, and policymakers. Her hobbies include international travel, endurance sports, and volunteering with the refugee community in the Bay area.
SOFT STYLE, INC., OWNER
Kerry is an entrepreneur who built a wonderful company for breast-feeding mothers called Bamboobies. She is the mother of three and has a heart for women’s economic empowerment and entrepreneurialism.
Lucinda’s background is in the financial industry, with a focus in social impact investment. After starting her career in the City of London, she was awarded her MSc in Sustainable Agriculture from the Royal Agriculture College then spent several years working with social entrepreneurs for disability inclusion around the world. She now works with the Watson Foundation, analyzing opportunities both in social impact investing and philanthropy.
AFRICAN WOMEN’S DEVELOPMENT FUND,
Maame is an activist, international development practitioner, mentor, coach, wife, mother, and recording artist who uses music to promote philanthropy and social justice/impact. As a mentor and coach, she works with emerging leaders internationally, including MasterCard Foundation Scholars and MILEAD (Moremi Initiative Fellows), as well as African women entrepreneurs through the African Women’s Entrepreneurship Cooperative (AWEC) and Women Leaders for the World (WLW) fellows through How Women Lead. Maame is a member of the Opportunity Collaboration (OC) where she also serves as a Moderator for the Colloquium for Good. She is the founder and lead trainer/facilitator of MILT— (Management for Impact Leadership and Transformation).
THE ACTION FOUNDATION, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Maria Omare is the founder and Executive Director of The Action Foundation, a Global Catalyst Partner to SBS. She leads efforts to provide holistic development opportunities for children and young people with disabilities in under-served communities. Maria is a Royal Commonwealth Society Associate Fellow, Cordes Fellow, US Department of State Professional Fellow and an incredible SBS ambassador.
CORDES FOUNDATION, CO-FOUNDER
Marty Cordes co-founded the Cordes Foundation where she currently directs philanthropic and gender-lens investing work advancing economic opportunities for women. Additionally, Marty is on the board of Nest and is a member of Women Moving Millions.
FOUNDING EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, EDUCATE LANKA FOUNDATION, INC.
Manjula is a banker turned social entrepreneur committed to unleashing the potential of young people through equitable and inclusive education opportunities. Prior to founding Educate Lanka, Manjula worked in investment banking in Washington DC and in international development at the World Bank. Manjula also serves on the board of the Learning Economy Foundation and a member of the executive committee of Karanga: The Global Alliance for Social Emotional Learning. Manjula’s based in Washington DC with his wife and two boys and splits his time between the U.S. and Sri Lanka.
DIETEL PARTNERS, SENIOR PARTNER
Ren Dietel loves being part of Dietel and Partners, a philanthropic advising firm that she operates with two of her sisters and their dad. They create uniquely tailored philanthropic services for individuals, multi-generation families, and small family foundations and are deeply committed to grantee-centric partnerships with grantee organizations around the globe. Ren is based in Seattle, WA.
SENIOR LEADER, SUSTAINABILITY AND SOCIAL IMPACT
Rohit is an independent consultant, focused on sustainability and social impact, for organizations across the nonprofit and corporate sectors. Rohit has worked with the International Union for the Conservation of Nature, J.P. Morgan’s Philanthropic Services Group, MetLife Foundation, M•A•C AIDS Fund, The Estée Lauder Companies, Teach For All, Zegar Family Foundation and Philanthropy New York, among others. Rohit received his Master of Public Policy from Georgetown University and holds a B.A. in Economics from The College of Wooster.
TEACH FOR ALL, GLOBAL DIRECTOR OF GIRLS’ EDUCATION
Samantha Williams is the Global Director of Girls’ Education at Teach For All, where she supports educators to increase gender equity in their classrooms and communities. During her time at Teach For All, Samantha has served as Chief of Staff to the CEO, and spent five years in Johannesburg establishing the organization’s operations in Africa, leading external relations, growth strategy, and partner support. She previously worked at the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls, Harvard University, and Communities In Schools of Georgia. She is based in New Orleans, Louisiana.