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 nine 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.
Sarah is passionate about environmental stewardship and sustainability. She is a founder and co-director of The Cairn Project, a nonprofit grant making organization expanding outdoor leadership opportunities for young women across the country. Sarah works as a PhD research scientist investigating the impacts of land use and global change on soil health.
Alyza finds opportunities where technology innovation, and a lean, human-centered approach can make international development more efficient. She believes in bringing the rigour of the tech world to the fight against poverty and inequality. Her background is in fintech for financial inclusion and product management. She is currently pursuing a Masters of Design in Strategic Foresight and Innovation.
Priyanka is the co-founder and Principal of FHI Ventures, the social impact investing arm of FHI 360 and leads the overall design, execution and management of the entity. She has broad and deep private- and public-sector experience in international development, entrepreneurship, healthcare, technology, government and nonprofit sectors. She is passionate about working at the intersection of social innovation, economic development, and business to solve global issues, especially those that empower women and children.
Clara is passionate about building healthy and vibrant media in developing economies, one that promotes good governance by providing people with information on government policies and giving citizens a voice.Currently Clara is working with UNDP in Cambodia focusing on strengthening journalism and freedom of expression in the country, which she hopes will play a role in shaping a new way of working for the Cambodia media landscape.
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.
Tiffany is co-founder and CEO of Aeloi, a fintech social enterprise powering last-mile impact financing. She has worked in statistics, tech, and development in Africa and Asia for the last decade, hoping to build bridges between World Bank offices and farmer field schools. She enjoys both staring at a data analysis program for 14 hours a day and sitting on the back of 20 tonne maize trucks to visit farmers.