SI Panelists Bios

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SI Panelists Bios

  1. 1. Social Impact Consulting Career PanelSchwab Charitable Philanthropy Speakers SeriesHaas School of Business, UC BerkeleyNovember 15, 2012 Colin Boyle, Deputy Director at UCSF Global Health Sciences Colin is the first Deputy Director of UCSF Global Health Sciences (GHS), dedicated to improving health and reducing disease worldwide. Colin joined UCSF after 15 years with the Boston Consulting Group (BCG), where he was a partner and managing director leading many of the firm’s social impact projects. Before BCG, he worked at Partnership for Organ Donation in Boston as a site team specialist and for Corporate Decisions in Boston as an associate. Colin has worked extensively in global health, business management and strategy development and is currently on the board of the Oakland Museum of California. He also teaches Strategic Management of Nonprofit Organizations at Haas. Colin has an MBA, a Masters of Public Policy and an undergraduate degree from Harvard University. Jacquelyn Hadley, Partner at The Bridgespan Group Jacquelyn is a Partner at the Bridgespan Group, San Francisco office. She brings over 25 years of executive management experience from the for profit world to the nonprofit sector, ranging from general management and organizational transformations to business development and iconic global brand building. Prior to Bridgespan, she led sales and retail for Levi Strauss’ Europe, Middle East and Africa unit, spanning 18 countries. Jacquelyn serves as board governor for the Commonwealth Club of California. Jacquelyn also co leads Bridgespan’s board governance capability, and is building its change management and results delivery approaches to accelerate breakthrough results. She recently published, “Living into Your Strategic Plan: A Guide to Implementation that Gets Results”. Jacquelyn’s educational background includes an MBA with honors from Harvard Business School. Tim Carlberg, Project Leader at Dalberg Global Development Advisors Tim is a Project Leader in Dalbergs San Francisco office with extensive experience advising multilateral, foundational and private sector clients on strategy development. His experience also includes advocacy planning as a technical consultant for the Clinton Health Access Initiative. Tim holds an MBA from IESE Business School in Barcelona and a BA in business administration and finance from the University of Washington in Seattle. Leigh Fiske, Senior Consultant at FSG Leigh is a Senior Consultant in FSG’s San Francisco office, where she advises a variety of corporations, foundations, and nonprofits to address issues in global health and development. Leigh has co authored several FSG white papers, and conducted field research in Ethiopia, South Africa, India, Colombia, and Peru. Prior to joining FSG, Leigh worked at L.E.K. Consulting, a leading global strategy consulting firm; Living Goods, a social enterprise operating networks of women community health providers in East Africa; and TBL Capital, a social venture capital firm focused on people, planet, and profits. Leigh also worked for the Treatment Action Campaign, South Africa’s largest HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment organization. She holds an MBA and MPH from the University of California – Berkeley, as well as a BA from Dartmouth College. Rachel Cuevas Rouda, Senior Consultant at LFA Group Rachel is a Senior Consultant at LFA Group with expertise in social science research and a strong interest in using applied research to promote learning and social justice in the community. Over the course of seven years, Rachel has worked with a diverse array of clients spanning different subject areas, including early childhood education, K 12 education, youth development, family engagement, housing and homelessness, and workforce development. Most recently, Rachel has managed several multi year evaluation projects, including evaluations of the Atlantic Philanthropies’ Oakland Elev8 Initiative, First 5 Sonoma County, and the PreK 3 component of the Marin Community Foundation’s Achievement Gap Strategic Initiative. Rachel has a BA in Psychology from Vassar College. The Schwab Charitable Philanthropy Speakers Series, presented by The Center for Nonprofit and Public Leadership, brings together leaders from the philanthropic community with Haas students and alumni in a yearlong speaker series that tackles cutting edge issues in the world of philanthropy and explores best practices for social impact.Center for Nonprofit and Public Leadership http://nonprofit.haas.berkeley.edu

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