Focus Areas: nonprofit management, corporate social responsibility, social impact, education and workforce development, nonprofit fundraising, organizational development, LGBTQ+ advocacy

Tom Ogletree is an adjunct professor at the School of International and Public Affairs, teaching "Building & Scaling Social Impact Programs: Theory and Practice" in the spring semester. Tom is Vice President of Social Impact and External Affairs at General Assembly (GA), a global educational company offering employer-driven, practitioner-taught training in data, technology, design, and business. At GA, Tom leads the company's public policy, communications, and social impact initiatives. Tom previously held leadership roles at the Clinton Foundation, CCS Fundraising, and GLAAD. He received his B.A. from Yale and his M.P.A. from NYU. He serves on the advisory board of the Ali Forney Center, a nonprofit that provides housing and supportive services to LGBTQ homeless youth, and the board of directors for the New York City Employment and Training Coalition, a nonprofit that supports the city’s workforce and economic development community. He lives with his husband, Nick, in Brooklyn.