Ambereen Mirza has over ten years of experience in the nonprofit and private sector, and a demonstrated track record of success in fundraising and relationship management. She was on the Entrepreneurial Leadership Faculty at the Gordon Institute at Tufts University, where she taught "Innovative Social Enterprises" in partnership with the Tisch College of Civic Life to introduce undergraduates to the core skills necessary for mission minded ventures and impact investing. She has served as mentor for Root Cause, a Boston based accelerator, as an advisor for ICT4D entrepreneurs in MENA and South Asia through a number of incubators and programs. She has written on innovation policy for Dinar Standard Thomson Reuters, and on the intersection of private equity and development for the Economist Intelligence Unit.
Ambereen holds a Bachelor's degree in International Relations and History from Tufts University, and a Master's in International Public Policy from Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies.
Editor, Writer, POLIKEY, Boston, MA
EcoForum Director, BOSTON GREENFEST, Boston, MA
Faculty, TUFTS UNIVERSITY, ENTREPRENEURIAL LEADERSHIP STUDIES PROGRAM, Medford, MA
Editor, Writer, ECONOMIST INTELLIGENCE UNIT, Vienna, Austria
MORGAN STANLEY, Boston, MA
Johns Hopkins University, Paul Nietze School of Advanced International Studies, MA, International Public Policy (2012)
Tufts University, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Urban and Environmental Policy and Planning
Tufts University, BA, History and International Relations