Disrupting Philanthropy: How to Design Your Personal Impact Strategy in a Wild World
Ali Hartman is the Head of Responsible Investment at Tiger Global and Head of Tiger Global Impact Ventures (TGIV). In this hybrid role, she leads the firm’s approach to responsible investment and the integration of ESG factors across its public and private funds, as well as TGIV’s venture philanthropy and venture impact strategies.
Previously, Ali was Head of Global Citizenship and a Director of ESG Strategy at KKR. Ali also worked on the Global Public Affairs team at Coca-Cola on a range of social and environmental issues, studied worker rights at the International Labor Organization (ILO) in Paris, and completed fieldwork projects abroad in Ecuador, India, the Dominican Republic, and Brazil on child labor issues, human rights, economic development, and sustainability, respectively.
Ali holds a B.A. in Women Studies and Human Rights from Columbia College at Columbia University and completed her M.A. in International Affairs at L’Institut d’Études Politiques de Paris (Sciences Po Paris).
She’s currently on the Board of Directors for Conservation X Labs, the Advisory Board for Duke University’s CASE i3: Initiative on Impact Investing, the Advisory Board for the Gund Institute at University of Vermont, and the Alumni Board of the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation. Ali is also a strategic advisor to several other nonprofits including Beyond100k, Children’s Rights, and Echoing Green. She was the founding member of the Vermont chapter for Moms Demand Action and is still involved in gun violence reduction efforts as a volunteer.
Ali has been a small business owner since 2015 and has been an angel investor focused on gender equity and climate tech since 2020. Outside of work, Ali is a burgeoning potter, experienced doula, and avid home cook. She lives in Vermont with her wild, wonder-filled family.