Vice President, Global Programs, Center for Inclusive Growth at Mastercard
“I am a conduit for those wanting to understand corporate philanthropy and its evolution and trajectory; those in social impact looking to build a “tribe” and peer network; those who love dark beers and stouts.”
I’M PASSIONATE ABOUT
There are so many issues that drive me to do the work I do – but just to name a few: girls’ and women’s economic empowerment, financial inclusion, entrepreneurship, fintech for good, sexual and reproductive health, sports for development… I could go on. If you are making me choose, though, my main driver is absolutely girls’ empowerment – in all its complex facets.
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I am passionate about partnerships that go beyond the typical philanthropic partnerships where you have a donor and a grantee. I like creative partnerships where all players bring all their assets to the table, and it’s less transactional and more impactful. So if anyone wants to explore a partnership – particularly on the girls’ agenda – come talk to me!
ABOUT PAYAL DALAL
Payal currently serves as Vice President, Global Programs, Center for Inclusive Growth at Mastercard. Previously, she was Head of Global Community Programs at Standard Chartered Bank where she led the Bank’s philanthropic portfolio across 70+ countries. Payal joined Standard Chartered in July 2008 as the Head of Public Affairs for the Americas. With a professional background in international philanthropy and politics, Payal has worked for a wide range of public sector organisations including the World Affairs Council, the Global Philanthropy Forum and the Earth Institute at Columbia University. Payal also worked on foreign policy for the Office of President William J. Clinton. In 2014, President and Secretary Clinton appointed Payal to be a program advisor to the Clinton Global Initiative; she continued to serve as a program advisor until 2016. Payal’s international development passions include strengthening global education, empowering girls and women, and building capacity of micro and small businesses
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