Sarah Ezzy has a deep background in philanthropy. She currently manages the Aileen Getty Foundation and previously served as a Director at Global Philanthropy Group, a strategic philanthropic consulting firm. In that capacity, she advised dozens of high net worth individuals and corporations on their philanthropic strategies across a variety of issues including climate change, global poverty alleviation, global health, girls’ education, conflict resolution, education, childhood obesity, and sustainable agriculture.In her role as Vice President of the Aileen Getty Foundation, Sarah focuses primarily on domestic and global projects to combat climate change and protect animals. She previously worked as a strategy consultant at Booz Allen Hamilton where she consulted to companies, governments and international institutions around the world including in Africa, Asia, the Balkans, and the Middle East. She serves on the board of Gettlove and the Careyes Foundation. She also co-founded SADIQ, a non-profit organization created to support Iraqi refugees in the Middle East. Sarah holds a Master’s Degree from Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government and a Bachelor’s Degree from Dartmouth College.