Karina Nagin has been working in the social impact space for over 15 years. She most recently served as the Executive Director for a global health non-profit dedicated to increasing surgical capacity across Africa through training and mentorship. Previously Karina worked at the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) where she consulted corporate, philanthropic, and non-profit leaders on issues of humanitarian response, health and education. While at CGI Karina oversaw the Democratic Republic of the Congo Action Network, helping facilitate cross-sector partnerships throughout the region and lead an initiative created by President Clinton to support promising university students through mentorship. Prior to living in New York, Karina worked in India on early stage implementation for several start-ups and social enterprises. She received her B.A. from Pitzer College and Master’s of Public Administration from Columbia University (SIPA). She currently serves on the Advisory Board of Malaika Foundation. Karina was born and raised in Hot Springs, Arkansas, but is now proud to call Brooklyn home.