Director of External Affairs
Chief Executive Officer
Bill oversees the Clinton Foundation's efforts to engage university students and the higher education community in addressing some of the world's most pressing challenges. In this capacity, Bill focuses on engagement with CGI U’s host campuses, partner organizations, and other external supporters and advisors. Bill has worked at the Foundation since the launch of CGI U in 2007. Before joining CGI, Bill co-founded the Talk to Me Project, a civic engagement initiative that was featured in media outlets including The New York Times, The Washington Post, and This American Life. He studied sustainable development at Columbia University's Earth Institute.
Senior Outreach and Engagement Associate
Cassie is originally from South Florida and attended Emerson College in Boston, Massachusetts. She graduated in 2017 with a degree in political communications and went on to serve as outreach coordinator and as program logistics coordinator for CGI U before landing in her current role. Prior to graduating, Cassie interned for Hillary For America from 2015-2016. Cassie strongly believes in helping students and CGI U alums create a positive social impact on our world to make it a more fair and sustainable home for future generations.
Hassan supports CGI U’s year-round programming efforts and activities by assisting with data management, event logistics, speaker and student recruitment, and marketing deliverables. Before settling into his current role, Hassan served as an External Affairs Coordinator at the Clinton Foundation, and interned at the Office of Hillary Rodham Clinton. Hassan graduated from New York University in 2020 with a bachelor’s degree in Politics and Metropolitan Studies. Hassan is from Toledo, Ohio, and in his free time, he enjoys soccer and going on walks.
Jordan works to identify and develop CGI U’s partnerships, engaging in dynamic social impact work with the private sector. Previously, she managed educational partnerships and student scholarship programs for Education First. She holds a Master’s in International Policy from The London School of Economics, a Bachelor’s in Sociology and African-American Studies from Harvard College, and is a Fulbright Scholarship recipient. Jordan also sings a cappella, and previously released an album as part of Harvard VoiceLab. She is passionate about youth empowerment and is committed to increasing partner opportunities available to current CGI U students and alumni.
Katie oversees speaker relations and facilitates CGI U’s year-round programming efforts. Prior to joining the Clinton Foundation, Katie interned with the Department of Justice, conducted client outreach at a labor rights law firm in Boston, and worked on grassroots advocacy and state lobbying at O’Neill and Associates. Katie graduated from Boston University with a dual degree in International Relations and Communication. She originally hails from Rochester, New York.
Senior Community Engagement Manager
Megan is a California native and is responsible for CGI U’s communications and marketing, enrollment activities, alumni engagement, and university partnerships. Megan joined in 2016 after graduating with a M.Sc. in social entrepreneurship from the University of Southern California. Prior to graduate school, she worked in communications and development for an arts education organization in Los Angeles and earned a bachelor’s in communication from Virginia Tech, where she also played on the women’s soccer team. Megan is a diehard Hokie, loves to travel, and can often be found enjoying the many restaurants of New York City.
Senior Impact and Design Manager
Myeashea manages the CGI U commitment portfolio and Commitment Mentor program, and is also responsible for selecting, featuring, and supporting commitments year-round. Myeashea officially joined the team in September 2018 from Etsy, Inc. She holds a bachelor’s in culture and media from The New School, and a master’s in anthropology specializing in forensic anthropology from CUNY Hunter. Myeashea is a proud Gryffindor and is part of the CGI U 2010 class.
Director of Programs
Nicole leads the development of CGI U’s annual meeting program and works to create and design CGI U’s year-round strategy and curriculum. Prior to joining the Clinton Foundation, she worked at Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors where she helped to advise donors on giving strategies to reach their philanthropic goals in areas including education, youth development, and poverty alleviation. Previously at the United Nations, Nicole managed policy, evaluation, and training team field visits to peacekeeping operations in Africa and the Middle East. Nicole holds a master’s degree in international affairs from Columbia University and a bachelor’s in international studies from Trinity College.