With nearly two decades of experience in advancing the mission, vision, and goals of non-profit and socially responsible for-profit companies, Sarah Beth has helped to lead the financial growth and expansion of a wide range of successful organizations including The Jane Goodall Institute, One Acre Fund, United Nations Women’s Humanitarian Action Program, African Leadership Academy, Mandela Scholars Program and ZEIT Stiftung Ebelin und Gerd Bucerius. As a member of the founding leadership team of Joshua Venture, a fellowship program for Jewish social entrepreneurs, she was responsible for funding 12 ventures in 4 years and providing fellowships for 16 entrepreneurs across the United States. Closer to home, Sarah Beth has worked with Pride at Work, City University of New York, and many others. She has also been a Mentor with MIT’s LaunchX program and is an Advisor to the African Venture Philanthropy Network.
Born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, Sarah Beth has lived and worked in places around the globe including London, San Francisco, Washington, D.C., Kampala, and Johannesburg but always finds a way to follow her beloved University of Michigan Wolverines football team.