Renée Joslyn is the director of girls and women integration at the Clinton Global Initiative. In this role she advises multinational corporations, philanthropists, NGOs, and multilateral institutions on increasing gender-focused investments in global development initiatives. She is also responsible for expanding the community of CGI members who incorporate a gender lens in their work. Prior to joining CGI, Joslyn was the senior advisor of impact and innovation at the Tides Foundation, where she developed collaborative giving models and grantmaking portfolios in gender equity, global health, human rights, economic development, and social justice. In addition, she developed and administered the Indigenous Peoples Fund, the Disaster Relief and Recovery Fund, and the Africa Family Planning and HIV Integration Fund. Before her work at Tides, she served as the director of corporate and foundation partnerships at the Ms. Foundation for Women.
Joslyn is a graduate of the University of New York at Buffalo and completed her Master of Human Services at Lincoln University.