Robert Albright



Director of Programs

Collective Impact Forum


Robert Albright is Director of Programs for the Collective Impact Forum, where he leads the Forum’s program offerings and coaching support for funders, backbone leaders, and other collective impact practitioners. Robert facilitates the collective impact funder community of practice, which provides a series of in-person and virtual meetings throughout the year for private foundations, community foundations, United Ways, corporate foundations, public sector funders, and other funders to deepen peer relationships, learn about effective strategies for investing in collective impact, and improve their practice as funders in collective impact. Robert has provided coaching support to numerous collective impact funders and backbone leaders around the country. He has also conducted various workshops and spoken at local, regional, and national convenings on collective impact. Prior to joining the Collective Impact Forum, Robert worked on several collective impact consulting engagements with FSG, including a collective impact project focused on economic competitiveness in Northeast Ohio and a statewide collective impact effort to transform New York State’s juvenile justice system. Robert holds an M.B.A. from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management, where he earned the Dean’s Distinguished Service Award, and a B.A. in Journalism & Mass Communication from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, where he was the senior class vice president.

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