Ali Golden graduated with a Masters of Environmental Management from the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies in 2019, where she studies corporate sustainability management. She worked with Yale School of Management Professor Todd Cort to develop a case study for his course, Natural Capital: Risks and Opportunities in Global Resource Systems. Ali was also a participant in CBEY’s Blockchain for Supply Chains workshop. Previously, Ali interned at Good Vision, a corporate social responsibility (CSR) consultancy in Tel Aviv, where she worked with clients in a variety of sectors, including consumer goods, aviation, and financial services, on CSR reporting and strategy. Most recently, she was the senior sustainability intern at Thermo Fisher Scientific’s corporate headquarters in Waltham, MA. Ali has also interned in the Markets Transformation department at the Rainforest Alliance in New York City, where she supported efforts to develop sustainable sourcing policies and practices for consumer goods companies operating in Latin America.
Ali received a B.A. in Environmental Studies in 2017 from Yale University and was the recipient of the Gaylord Donnelley Prize for her senior thesis about climate change adaptation policy in the National Park Service. As an undergraduate, she worked at Yale’s Office of Sustainability for three years and wrote for the Conservation Finance Network.