Elizabeth Bibb Binder is a partner in Bridgespan’s New York office and is part of Bridgespan’s Children, Youth, and Families practice area. Elizabeth joined Bridgespan in 2007 as part of the New York office’s founding team. She advises nonprofits and funders on a number of strategic issues, including transformative growth, and organizational design. She also assists funders in developing goals and strategies and identifying high-impact grantmaking opportunities. Over the past several years, her work has focused on early childhood development, child welfare, and education. She has a particular interest in regional early childhood initiatives. Her clients have included leaders in the sector such as Blue Meridian Partners, the Duke Endowment, Family Connects, and Building Educated Leaders for Life (BELL).
Elizabeth also has a passion for building the strength of social sector leaders. Elizabeth is co-author of Facing the Future: How Successful Nonprofits Link Strategy to Leadership Development
, and she launched Bridgespan’s Leading for Impact®
program, which focuses on consulting and capacity building for nonprofit executive teams, in New York.
Prior to Bridgespan, Elizabeth spent five years at Bain & Company, working primarily with Fortune 500 companies. Elizabeth earned her MBA at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business, where she also earned a Certificate in Public Management. As an undergraduate, she studied business and psychology at the University of Virginia, graduating with distinction.