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Brianna Goodlin

Co-Founder, VP of Strategy & Design

Brianna spends her time empowering others and building their capabilities, through education, innovation, and building understanding. As someone who grew up in poverty, she has spent much of her life navigating the minefield that comes from being in privileged spaces with a low-income background, a perspective she tries to bring into any spaces she inhabits. 

She has worked in a variety of industries and fields, driving innovation and building the capabilities for change. Her work has been driven by a passion for helping people navigate seemingly intractable problems and finding solutions in unexpected places. 

This also animates her personal life, where she spends time working in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict space, as well as various causes including addressing food insecurity, alleviating poverty, combatting antisemitism and increasing access to education and opportunity.

Brianna has an MBA from The University of Cambridge and a Bachelor's degree from Harvard University in Genocide and Ethnic Conflict in Modern Europe, with a minor in Jewish Studies. Her undergraduate thesis "An Underestimated Threat: Rising Antisemitism in Contemporary Denmark" explored modern Danish antisemitism through a variety of sociological, psychological and historical lenses. She was the chair of IPF Atid's Boston and Chicago chapters and was the inaugural Co-chair of IPF Atid's Charles Bronfman Convener's Summit.

Brianna Goodlin
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