Staff & Board



Chair, Georgetown Business for Impact Initiative

Ladan Manteghi is a champion of social good with business results. Driving social and economic bottom- lines is the guiding principal of her career in the private, public, philanthropic and nonprofit sectors.

Currently, she is Senior Advisor to Georgetown University’s Business for Impact Initiative where she previously served as the founding Executive Director, and also operates a private consulting practice. Manteghi helps companies do good by advising executives on social investment strategies, and helps nonprofits make money by teaching and advising on revenue models. Her experience spans start-up and well-established organizations with particular focus in corporate responsibility, economic development, cross-sector partnerships, social enterprise, politics and advocacy, stakeholder engagement, and nonprofit earned income models.

Before joining Georgetown University, Manteghi’s executive roles include Global Director for Partner Networks at Social Progress Imperative; AARP Senior Vice President of International Affairs and President of the AARP Global Network, a former affiliate organization of AARP; and Advisor to the CEO of PowerUp, a nonprofit focused on addressing the digital divide. In public service, she has served on various political campaigns and elections, and held positions in US government agencies including working for President Bill Clinton and Vice President Al Gore, Office of the U.S. Trade Representative, Department of Health and Human Services and the Department of Interior.

Her board service includes PYXERA Global Board of Directors, the University of California at Davis Regional Alumni Board, National Iranian American Council, and previously the Public Affairs Council, and advisory boards of the Healthy Communities Initiative of the Healthy Weight Commitment Foundation, start-ups in education technology, and children’s entrepreneurship.

She holds a B.A. in political science/public service from the University of California, Davis.

‹ Back


No articles yet.