Composed of Fellow Alumnae, our Alumnae Committee is charged with furthering connection and catalyzing our fellow-led community.
At The Coaching Fellowship, we focus on helping young women leaders increase their impact. The power of that impact opportunity can be scaled exponentially, through a deeply engaged, and more deeply connected alumnae community.
The Coaching Fellowship Alumnae Committee is charged with furthering connection and catalyzing a Fellow-led community. The Committee is comprised of Fellow Alumnae, representing a diversity of geographies, impact sectors. Committee members serve for a 2-year term.
We’re proud to welcome our current Alumnae Committee members.
Julie is passionate about emerging technology for good. She has worked at mission-driven organizations in microfinance, media, and technology across +20 countries. Currently, she is an Innovation Consultant and is the former COO of Unreasonable Group. She has 3 masters degrees including an MBA.
Casey (she/her) is a dedicated non-profit leader, passionate about social justice and evidence-based decision making. With a background in humanitarian aid and development with UNDP, CARE, and MSF, Casey pairs her experience in international operations with a people-centred approach to organizational design and change management for NGOs. Casey holds a BA from McGill University and an MSc from the LSE.
Erika (she/her) is a Campaign Manager with Consumer Reports where she engages consumers on issues related to sustainability and climate change. She has expertise working at the intersection of environmental justice and human rights issues. She holds a B.A. in Linguistics and International Studies from Indiana University, and a Masters in International Affairs from Columbia University.
Priyanka co-founded FHI Ventures, an impact investing entity, and WomxninChange, a platform to amplify women’s stories globally. She has deep private and public sector experience in international development, entrepreneurship, healthcare, tech and education. She is passionate about social innovation, human centered design and business to solve global issues, especially those that empower women and children.
Lisa strongly believes that those most affected by global injustices must be the leaders in building more equitable (legal) systems. As an international lawyer, Lisa focuses on transitional justice and is passionate about building sustainable, equitable and inclusive NGO models in the international justice space.
Kate believes in the powerful role of education in creating understanding, and in the importance of asking difficult questions. Kate is the Assistant Director at The Bahá’í Chair for World Peace at the University of Maryland. She holds a PhD in Peace Studies from Lancaster University in the UK.