Terri McCullough is the director of No Ceilings: The Full Participation Project, a Clinton Foundation initiative led by Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton and Chelsea Clinton. No Ceilings is a Clinton Foundation initiative that brings together partner organizations to evaluate and share the progress girls and women have made in the 20 years since the UN Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing and chart the path forward for full participation in political, civil, economic and cultural life for girls and women in the 21st century. Terri joined the Foundation from the Tory Burch Foundation, which works to support women entrepreneurs in the U.S. through small loans, mentoring and entrepreneurial education. She previously served as chief of staff, advisor on women’s issues and in a number of other roles in the office of Representative Nancy Pelosi, Democratic Leader of the U.S. House of Representatives. Her non-profit experience includes positions at NARAL Pro-Choice America, PENCIL (Public Education Needs Civic Involvement in Learning), and Anna Deavere Smith’s Institute on the Arts and Civic Dialogue. She has a B.A. in politics from the University of California at Santa Cruz and lives in New York City with her husband, daughter, and son.
Astri Sorenson is Deputy Director of Metrics & Impact, working on global analytics, impact measurement, and data efforts across the Foundation. In addition, Astri helps lead and coordinate a number of both internal and external efforts to ensure improved communication and knowledge management across the Foundation as well as external partnerships. Astri first came to the Foundation as an intern with the Haiti team during the summer of 2013. Astri has formerly interned for several development institutions and nonprofits including the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), and Lutheran World Relief. Astri graduated from St. Olaf College with a B.A. in Political Science and History and has a Master’s degree in International Development from Sciences Po.