Bill Brindley is a special advisor to CEOs, C-Level executives and their boards. Brindley is a veteran executive leader with a track record of success in global corporations and social enterprises.
As the inaugural CEO of NetHope, Brindley built a unique, award-winning public-private collaboration of over 40 international NGO member organizations with an equal number of corporate, government and academic partners.
Earlier in his career, Brindley held a number of senior-level international executive positions with Citigroup managing capital markets, private banking and information technology businesses and operations. Recent outside activities include serving as an advisor to the Bill & Melinda Gates Technology Partner Network and as a member of the World Economic Forum's Data in Development Initiative.
Brindley is a frequent speaker, moderator and panelist at venues such as the World Economic Forum, the Clinton Global Initiative and the Social Innovation Summit.
In addition, he is published regularly in the Stanford Social Innovation Review, the World Economic Forum Blog, and the Huffington Post.
Brindley graduated with highest honors from American University and holds several graduate degrees. He is a graduate of the Wharton Advanced Management Program (AMP) and completed postgraduate work at Columbia and Harvard Business Schools.