Alexandria J. Maloney, MPA is an internationally-recognized social impact strategist building sustainable DEIJ pipelines and communities.

Alexandria J. Maloney, MPA serves as the President of Black Professionals in International Affairs, a 501(c)3 nonprofit on a mission to increase the involvement of African-Americans and those of African descent in the international affairs field at large. Since 2020, she has taken the foreign affairs, DEIJ, and social impact world by storm.

At 30, Alexandria was announced as a “Forbes 50 Champion by For(bes) the Culture for Black and Brown Communities for her leadership in building ecosystems to educate, prepare, and empower an organic reach of over 60,000 professionals. She has also been recognized as a CSIS-DINSN Power 50 Leader, Truman’s “Rookie of the Year, and the 2020 JCU Alumni of the Year.

During the pandemic and the rise of the George Flloyd protests, she co-founded “The World is Watching BLM”, a global coalition supporting the international Black Lives Matter movement, and has been a featured speaker at the United Nations and G20 Civil Society Summit. After serving as a foreign policy volunteer for the Biden Presidential campaign in 2020, Alexandria helped found Foreign Policy for America’s Diversity in National Security (DINS) Working Group. Alexandria continues to support transformational change in organizations internationally, mentoring young girls, and guest lecturing at the Cornell University Brooks School of Public Policy.

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