Brianna Goodlin

IPF Atid Boston

Brianna works as a senior consultant at Kotter, inspiring and empowering leaders to transform their organizations. She works with clients to accelerate the execution of their strategies and drive large-scale, sustainable change. Prior to joining Kotter, Brianna spent time as a growth and innovation strategy consultant guiding large companies to adopt startup methodologies, organize for innovation, and develop the capabilities to deliver innovation. She specializes in design and facilitation, and has worked alongside senior executives in industries including oil & gas, CPG, mining, food & ag, healthcare, energy, and insurance. Brianna also spent four years as the Program and Design Specialist for the Development Partner Institute, a global NGO working to transform the mining industry from an extractive business model to a development partner. Her work has been driven by a passion for helping people navigate seemingly intractable problems and finding solutions in unexpected places.

Brianna has been involved with IPF Atid since its launch in 2017. Prior to chairing the Boston Steering Committee, she served on the Chicago Steering Committee, was the national co-chair for the Inaugural Charles Bronfman IPF Atid Convener’s Summit, and attended IPF Atid’s first Regional Leadership Delegation to Israel and the Palestinian Territories. She is also a member of IPF Atid’s Women, Peace and Security Channel Working Group.

She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Studies from Harvard University, with a focus in Genocide and Ethnic Conflict in Modern Europe, and a minor in Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations.