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Charity Wallace

Founder & President, Wallace Global Impact

Bio Current as of March 22, 2021

Ms. Wallace is the founder and president of Wallace Global Impact, combining her expertise and experience to drive innovative and effective solutions working with corporations, individuals, non-profits, and foundations. She builds cross-sector partnerships that address complex global issues, including gender equality, human trafficking, global health, national security, and global aid and development. She works with organizations on strategic positioning, messaging, and partnerships that will increase their visibility, impact, and effectiveness.

Prior to resuming her current position, Charity Wallace served as Acting Senior Vice President and Managing Director of Global Women’s Issues at U.S. International Development Finance Corporation (DFC). She was responsible for DFC’s 2X Women’s Initiative which is committed to empowering women by investing in projects that are owned by women, managed by women, or provide a service that benefits women. The 2X Women’s Initiative also applies a gender lens to all the projects DFC considers to help ensure women will benefit.

Ms. Wallace was the founding Vice President of the Global Women’s Initiatives at the Bush Institute, and served as Senior Advisor and Chief of Staff to Mrs. Laura Bush. Ms. Wallace developed and launched the initiatives within the Women’s Initiative, setting the vision and managing the policy engagement for the women’s initiatives. The initiatives aimed to improve access to education, health care, and economic opportunity for women and children in Africa, the Middle East and Afghanistan. Ms. Wallace served in Bush Administration for all eight years, most notably as Director of Advance for the First Lady and Deputy Chief of Protocol of the United States.

Ms. Wallace earned her master’s degree in international relations from the Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy at Tufts University. She serves on various boards and is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.