National Advisory Board

The One for the World Advisory Board drives strategy and operations across all of the chapters. 

 
 
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Josh McCann - Co-Founder, New School Expansion

Josh co-leads One for the World's expansion into new undergraduate and graduate schools, having co-founded One for the World while at Wharton in 2012. In his day job at the International Finance Corporation, the private sector investment arm of the World Bank, he works to create financial products that mobilize institutional capital to invest in the emerging world. He has previously worked in various roles in Sierra Leone, Nigeria and his native Australia.

 
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Kate Epstein - Co-Founder, Strategy

Kate co-founded OFTW in 2012 and helps lead strategic planning and special projects. Kate is an Engagement Manager at L.E.K. Consulting, where she works with clients on a range of strategic issues including strategic planning, growth strategy assessment, and M&A. Kate holds an MBA from The Wharton School and a Bachelor of Business from the University of Michigan.

 
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Charlie Scott - Operations

Charlie was the co-president of the Wharton chapter from 2016-2017, and is the head of operations for One for the World. His responsibilities include donation processing, trouble-shooting and expense management. In his full-time role, Charlie works as a Product Manager at Amazon focused on personalization.

 
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CHRIS SCULLIN - Donor Engagement

Chris is building connections between One for the World community members. Chris first joined OFTW at the HBS chapter and joined the Advisory Board in 2017. Chris is a Vice President at Bain Capital Private Equity, where he partners with portfolio company executives to drive business transformations and turnarounds.

 
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Jen Wong - Chapter Management

Jen manages the coordination of the graduate and undergraduate chapters of One for the World. Jen first joined OFTW at the Wharton MBA chapter and joined the Advisory Board in 2017. In her day job at Glenmede Trust, Jen is responsible for impact-related private investments and investments into emerging markets. She has previously worked in various roles in Malawi, Liberia, Israel, and Kenya.

 
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Matt Passman - Partnerships

Matt develops OFTW’s relationships with other organizations, such corporations and non-profits to grow the effective altruism community. He became involved in OFTW during his Wharton MBA, and now works as a Senior Program Manager and Amazon in London.

 
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Melody Chen - Marketing

Melody manages brand strategy, oversees marketing initiatives, and manages the One for the World website. She was the head of marketing at Wharton from 2016-2017, and currently works in partner marketing at Microsoft. 

 
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Nadav Steinmetz - New School Expansion

Nadav  new school expansion efforts, seeking to start new OFTW chapters in potential universities and schools across the US. Nadav is the chair and co-founder of the OFTW chapter at Columbia University and joined the Advisory Board in 2017. Nadav is currently a junior at Columbia University majoring in Economics and Philosophy.

 
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Rob Struck - Technology

Rob focuses on data, website, and email platform management.  Rob first got involved as a co-president of the Wharton chapter from 2015-2016. His day job is as the chief of staff for the VP of SMB ad sales at Google (~3K person sales org), where he focuses on strategy and operations.  

 
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Rossa O'Keeffe-O'Donovan - Chairman, Partner Selection

Rossa leads the process to select One for the World's 'Top Picks', a portfolio of charities that we highly recommend to our members. He has been leading this process since OFTW launched at Wharton in 2014. Rossa is a research fellow in Economics at the University of Oxford. He has a PhD in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania, and has worked in various roles for GiveWell, the World Bank, Vivid Economics, Giving What We Can and Pump Aid Malawi.

 
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Steve Hind - Donor Analytics

Steve is responsible for understanding and engaging our existing donors. Steve founded the second OFTW chapter at Harvard Business School in 2015 and joined the Advisory Board in 2016. Steve is a Senior Investment Associate at the global macro hedge fund Bridgewater Associates where he focuses on currency research and trading.