Amy Gallo focuses on social entrepreneurship, organizational dynamics, and management issues. She is a contributing editor for Harvard Business Review, and she co-developed the curriculum for the C.V. Starr Fellowship at the Swearer Center.
Gallo conducted research in Russia on the government’s response to HIV/AIDS, and worked with a needle exchange program in San Francisco. She also has eight years of strategy consulting experience at Katzenbach Partners (now Booz & Company), a strategy and organization consulting firm based in New York. Gallo holds a master of public affairs from Brown and a BA from Yale University.