Estefania Palomino lives out her life’s mission to enable social impact as a philanthropy expert, human rights lawyer, trusted leadership coach, and board member. She is the founder of Aleph Leadership Corp., a coaching laboratory that allows executives and entrepreneurs to explore their authentic leadership style.
Estefania is a certified leadership coach, active member of the International Coaching Federation (ICF) and affiliate member of the Institute of Coaching at McLean Hospital. She builds on her lived experiences as a latina immigrant in the U.S and her expertise as a recognized social impact leader in the non-profit and philanthropic sector managing projects in Africa and Latin America.
Her thought leadership has been featured in the Huffington Post, Health Affairs Blog, BBC StoryWorks, and the Atlantic Live. Estefania served as an Executive Editor for Georgetown’s Food and Drug Law Journal and throughout her career has authored multiple peer-reviewed papers and opinion pieces. In 2015, she was selected as one of the “10 Young Leaders Who Are Creating A Better World” by Johnson & Johnson. In 2017, Estefania was a finalist for the Buffett Institute Award for Emerging Global Leaders.
Estefania holds a law degree from Universidad de Los Andes, a master’s degree in International Law and Settlement of Disputes from the United Nations University for Peace, and an LL.M in Global Health Law from Georgetown University Law Center.
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