Maura Pally is the senior vice president of programs and acting chief development officer at the Clinton Foundation. In this role, Maura oversees the strategic and operational efforts of the Foundation’s initiatives, and fosters relationships with individuals, foundations, and corporations to support the life-changing work of the Clinton Foundation. Prior to her current role, Maura was responsible for the Foundation's women and youth programs including managing the creation, development, and implementation of No Ceilings: The Full Participation Project; Too Small to Fail; and Job One, an effort to help close the skills gap nationally. She also served as acting chief executive officer.
Maura joined the Clinton Foundation from Bloomberg Philanthropies and she previously served as acting assistant and deputy assistant secretary of state for Educational and Cultural Affairs at the U.S. Department of State, special assistant in the Office of White House Counsel under President Clinton and as manager of politics and public policy at Oxygen Media. She earned a Bachelor of Arts from Brown University and a J.D. from the University of Southern California.
Why Hiring Opportunity Youth is Good for Business
A panel event, presented by General Assembly and the Clinton Foundation, showcasing several innovative programs that are making the business case for investing in Opportunity Youth