Melissa Victor is the Programs Manager Community for the Council for Inclusive Capitalism. In this role, she manages engagement with the growing member community to better elevate their voices and amplify the Council’s goal of creating a more equitable, sustainable, and trusted economic system.
Melissa joins the Council with strong experience in strategic community management and stewardship. Prior to joining the Council, Melissa spearheaded institutional membership acquisition and partner engagement strategies at the New York Academy of Sciences. Previously, Melissa worked as an independent consultant with the World Bank Group facilitating policy advocacy for a global alliance advocating for maternal and child health and providing program management support as part of financial inclusion technical assistance programs in West Africa. Prior to that, she was an Analyst at CGAP, a small policy think tank within the World Bank Group, where she contributed to the Graduating the Poor Initiative’s mission of pushing forward economic and social upward mobility for vulnerable communities across developing countries. Some of Melissa’s interests include discovering new cuisines, mystery novels and is an aficionada of British detective shows and murder mysteries. Melissa holds an M.A. in International Public Management from the Paris Institute of Political Studies (Sciences Po Paris) and a B.A. in International Studies from Fordham University.