Alisha Fernandez Miranda
Alisha has dedicated her career to fixing the resource flow to make social impact a more inclusive, efficient space. She is the Chief Executive of I.G. Advisors, a social impact intelligence consultancy that works with companies, foundations, individuals and charities to support them on their philanthropic journeys. Previously, Alisha was the Director of TrustLaw, the Thomson Reuters Foundation's global pro bono service and managed global community investment at Standard Chartered Bank, where she designed the global expansion strategy for the Goal programme in 21 countries, the largest corporate programme supporting adolescent girls in the world. Alisha is the founder of Not My Style, a sustainable shopping app, and has previously served as Director of Social Misfits Media, Women Win, B Lab and UN Women. She received a Master's Degree in Gender, Development, and Globalisation from the London School of Economics, and graduated from Harvard University with a BA in Women's Studies. In her spare time, she enjoys writing and is the author of a forthcoming memoir.