Alexandra Hallock, Senior Director, BoardLead Innovation and Expansion

Alexandra Hallock is the Senior Director, BoardLead Innovation and Expansion with Cause Strategy Partners. Alexandra has over a decade of experience driving impact through the innovation and delivery of cross-sector social good programs. In her work, she has partnered with hundreds of diverse nonprofits, professionals in various industries, and the foundations and corporations that support them. Alexandra has also acted as a cross-sector leader, speaking and presenting on various topics related to pro bono, capacity-building, and social impact. Alexandra brings to Cause Strategy Partners unique exposure to a wide variety of relevant stakeholders, experience building and scaling social impact programs, and hands-on experience consulting with nonprofits and their boards.

Prior to joining Cause Strategy Partners in 2016, Alexandra spent seven years at Taproot Foundation, a national capacity building provider whose mission is to drive social change by connecting nonprofits to pro bono expertise. During her time at Taproot, Alexandra oversaw Taproot Foundation’s New York City pro bono programs, delivering pro bono to hundreds of nonprofit organizations and leveraging the skills of hundreds of professionals. Alexandra partnered with nonprofit organizations and corporate and philanthropic partners across several markets in the U.S., including New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Atlanta, Washington DC, and many more. Through her work at Taproot, Alexandra directed various pilot programs that helped the organization innovatively and more effectively address the needs of the nonprofit sector. Prior to Taproot, Alexandra held direct service roles in the nonprofit sector looking at labor rights and employee engagement from the local, national and global perspectives.

Alexandra earned a B.A. in Economics and Studio Art from Hamilton College. She was selected for and completed the Fellowship for Emerging Leaders in Public Service at NYU Robert F. Wagner Graduate School in 2013 and the Emerging Leaders Program at Princeton University in 2015.

Alexandra’s causes: nonprofit capacity building, human rights, economic empowerment, and women’s rights.