Senior Advisor, Forum Foundations, World Economic Forum
Mariah Levin has focused her career on generating positive impact at the nexus of public and private sectors. She led the World Economic Forum's Forum of Young Global Leaders (YGL), an independent foundation acting as an incubator for remarkable leaders under 40 to tackle the world's greatest challenges. There, she directed the foundation’s first Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Roadmap, resulting in a 10% increase in the new class’ regional diversity. She seeded and oversaw numerous examples of collaboration across industries and sectors, spurred by events reaching 1400 people.
Prior to leading the Forum of Young Global Leaders, Mariah worked with organizations around the world to advise the investment of public funds to broaden social and economic opportunity. She has been a consultant, Fulbright Fellow, committed community volunteer, and adept facilitator of C-suite conversations mobilizing action for societally-motivated initiatives. She holds Master’s degrees from Harvard University and the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University, and an undergraduate degree in Russian Area Studies and Philosophy from Wellesley College.