Libbie Landles-Cobb is a partner in The Bridgespan Group’s San Francisco office. She has worked with a variety of nonprofits, national networks, and foundations on issues of strategy and organizational development. As part of Bridgespan’s Leadership Practice, is a facilitator and coach in Bridgespan’s two-year consulting and capacity building program for nonprofit executive teams, Leading for Impact®. She also leads research on what is required to effectively develop nonprofit leaders. Libbie is co-author of "Boosting Nonprofit Performance Where it Counts" (2014), “The Nonprofit Leadership Development Deficit” (2015), and “Leadership Development: Aligning Funders’ Good Intentions with Nonprofits’ Real Needs” (2016), all published by Stanford Social Innovation Review.
Libbie joined Bridgespan from The Boston Consulting Group, where she worked with technology, retail, and nonprofit clients. Prior to BCG, she was a vice president at Kaintuck Capital Management, a Boston-based investment fund.
Libbie has a BA, magna cum laude, in Mathematics and Music from Wellesley College, an MSc in Sociology from Oxford University, and an MBA with highest distinction from Harvard Business School.