Farah Ali is the Director of Development at ISPU, where she is responsible for leading ISPU’s growth strategy through planned giving, corporate sponsorships, and endowment building, as well as annual fund campaigns, individual donor cultivation and stewardship, & special events.
Before joining ISPU, Farah worked as an Investment Specialist at J.P. Morgan Private Bank where she advised Ultra High Net Worth private business owners, foundations, and corporate executives. At JPM, she spearheaded sustainability & Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) investing education initiatives for financial advisors and clients in her market. Previously, she was chosen to grow as a social entrepreneur by the Compass Fellowship with the Kenneth Cole Foundation and was presented the “Patricia David Trailblazer Award” for her dedication to advance women and underrepresented populations in business. Farah holds a B.S. in Business Administration with a Concentration in Finance & Specialization in Value Investing from Fordham University.
BS, Business Administration, Fordham University
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