Alexandria J. Maloney, MPA
Public Speaker. Visiting Lecturer. Social Impact & DEIJ+ Strategist.
Helping organizations build inclusive communities and sustainable DEIJ pipelines.
President, The International Association of Black Professionals in International Affairs (BPIA)
Visiting Lecturer, Diversity Personnel Management, Cornell University Brooks School of Public Policy.
National Director of Membership, National Association of Black Accountants (NABA Inc.)
Engaging Organizations in Impactful DEIJ+ Dialogue and Action
Interactive Keynote Addresses, seminars, and workshops
Bootcamp Trainings on DEIJ Fundamentals, Implicit Bias, Constructive Allyship, and More
Facilitating hard conversations on race, bias, and justice in the workplace
Developing customizable implementation plans
Topics include: DEIJ, authentic leadership, women in leadership, foreign affairs, beating the competition for diverse talent, retention, diversity personnel management, addressing the elephant in the room, cultural etiquette, strategic communications, and building inclusive workplaces.
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BIO - Alexandria J. Maloney, MPA
Alexandria is a foreign affairs professional with nearly a decade of social impact experience. Her passion for supporting DEIJ+ efforts stems from her personal experience as a woman of color navigating the foreign affairs field. Compelled to action, Alexandria’s work has centered around building formal and informal pipelines for the next generation of underrepresented international affairs professionals.
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.
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