Young Executives Council
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Young Executives Council
The Global Good Fund’s Young Executive Council is a junior board comprised of young men & women. The goal of each YEC member is to recruit young donors, and engage a young demographic interested in social entrepreneurship to become involved socially & philanthropically in the GGF community.
Claire has been passionate about and involved with GGF since she met Carrie Rich in 2014, and she currently serves as the Chair of our Young Executives Council. Her full time job is leading Talent Operations at Axios. Prior to joining Axios, Claire worked at POLITICO for nearly four years, holding a series of business development, sales and talent acquisition roles. Prior to POLITICO, Claire worked at Wexler & Walker Public Policy Associates in Washington, where she supported their clients’ policy initiatives across a broad array of industries. Claire is a graduate of Tulane University and a proud fan of all things Louisiana.
Andrew Moses is the Head of Marketing & Sales at MorganFranklin Consulting. In addition, he is co-founder of Autism Speaks U, a national initiative of Autism Speaks that engages students from universities across 20+ states in advocacy, awareness, and fundraising. Andrew is the youngest alumni to ever win Penn State’s Alumni Volunteer of the Year Award -- awarded once per year by the Penn State Alumni Association, the world's largest dues-paying alumni association.
Alexandra Burtoft Gilroy
Alex is currently a clinical specialist for Genentech where she is part of the Hemophilia sales force. Alex has worked for Genentech for 7 years across multiple products and functions and is extremely passionate about helping patients. She graduated from Wharton's healthcare management program in 2015.
Kristen is a Manager in Deloitte Consulting's Strategy and Operations Practice. She currently serves as the Vice Chair of our Young Exectives Council. Kristen has over five years of consulting experience, advising clients on strategic transformation, operations improvement, and advanced analytics projects. She also serves as the Chief of Staff for the Federal Analytics Practice, where she provides advisory support to firm leadership on all aspects of the business. In her free time, Kristen serves on the board of ArtStream Organization. She holds a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Public Policy and Management from Carnegie Mellon University.
William Classen currently serves as a Director at 360 Real Estate Advisors specializing in tenant representation and lease negotiations for clients across the Washington metropolitan area. Prior to joining 360 Real Estate Advisors, Mr. Classen was an associate broker at Newmark Knight Frank where he was responsible for representing many prominent Washington, DC metro tenants in transactions including Adams and Reese LLP, Full Measure Education, Perfecta, GSSR, Council For Logistics Research and Federal Practice Group. He began his career in Washington, DC at The Corporate Executive Board (now Gartner), a leading best practice advisory and technology company, where he focused on account management and new business development within the corporate finance and strategy practice. Mr. Classen graduated from Clemson University with a Bachelor of Science degree in economics and financial management and was a member of the Student Body President’s Cabinet, Undergraduate Student Government, Sigma Pi Fraternity and LeaderShape (formerly the LeaderShape Institute).
Alana Cheeks-Lomax is a healthcare strategy manager in Deloitte Consulting’s Government and Public Sector Practice. She has over 8 years of consulting experience advising clients on large scale business transformations utilizing data and analytics to develop strategies to support better health outcomes. Prior to Deloitte Consulting, Alana worked at Project Renewal a non-profit which focused on providing social services to New York City's most vulnerable populations . She is passionate about bridging her background in non-profit, public policy, and business to create sustainable solutions for social impact. Alana is also a proud alumna of Carnegie Mellon University where she holds a Bachelor of Science and Masters in Healthcare Policy and Management from the Heinz School.
Jeff has founded and worked with social enterprises and initiatives at the intersection of food systems, sustainable and community development and climate change, both in the US and South Africa. In 2014, he co-founded Up Top Acres, a rooftop farming social enterprise that converts underutilized city land into productive farmland and event spaces. More recently, worked for Misfit Foods, a startup social enterprise that fights food waste by creating delicious food products out of misshapen fruits and vegetables that would otherwise be discarded. Jeff studied business and social entrepreneurship at the UMASS Amherst and University of Cape Town Business Graduate School. Recently, he completed graduate level intensive certificate training in Social Enterprise Management and Impact investing at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies.
Halle Abraham is an incoming management consulting analyst at Accenture, from West Orange, NJ. She is currently finishing her studies at the University of Pennsylvania where she is studying Philosophy, Politics, and Economics with a specialization in Globalization and a minor in Africana Studies. At Penn, Halle has served as the Chief of Staff of the Wharton Africa Business Conference and the Director of the the Ideas for Action Accelerator by the World Bank and the Wharton School. Additionally, she is currently the President of the Gamma Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. and the President of the Black Pre-Law Association. She is passionate about social impact, global issues, policy interventions, and entrepreneurship.
John is a Director of Business Development at POLITICO and has over 6 years of strategic sales and marketing experience. In his current role, John helps Fortune 500 companies navigate complex legislative and regulatory challenges through a variety of partnerships with POLITICO. Prior to his current role, John spent time in both the US Senate and at Signal Consulting Group. John became passionate about GGF after attending the 2018 Global Good Fund Gala where he was inspired by the amazing impact stories of the GGF fellows and the positive social change they created in their communities. He holds a BA in English Language and Literature from Sewanee: The University of the South and currently resides in Logan Circle neighborhood of Washington DC.
Kevin supports investment management, portfolio data analysis and client experience for donor recommended private debt and equity investments at ImpactAssets as a Senior Associate, Custom Investments. ImpactAssets is a nonprofit financial services firm that increases the flow of capital into investments that deliver financial, social and environmental returns. Previously, Kevin worked at Acumen’s Civic Accelerator, The Global Good Fund and Georgetown University McDonough School of Business’ Business for Impact. Between 2016 and 2017, he co-founded an education technology startup focused on creating a comprehensive scholarship management platform. In 2013, Kevin was introduced to the world of social entrepreneurship when Carrie Rich presented GGF at a career panel through his scholarship program, The Posse Foundation. Since then, he’s been committed to using business as a force for good.
Allison is an equity research associate at Baron Capital, an asset management firm based in NYC, where she evaluates current and prospective portfolio investments in the Internet sector. Prior to joining Baron, Allison worked at Goldman Sachs as an equity research analyst. Originally from McLean, VA, she graduated from Dartmouth College with a B.A. in Economics and Women’s and Gender Studies in 2017. In her free time, Allison enjoys farmers markets, Korean BBQ, and NBA basketball.