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We are pleased to introduce Isha Haley to the Good Insight team!

Good Insight is continuing to build our team to meet our growing client demand. We are excited to introduce Isha Haley as our newest Consultant for our search practice.

Isha has an accomplished record as a strategist, advisor, and executives for nonprofits across the country. She brings an extensive network of nonprofit leaders to this role, and a passion for placing people in positions of impact. Isha will work closely with our clients to prioritize their position profiles, craft recruitment strategies, and assess candidate qualifications.

Regarding her new role, Isha shares:
“I am absolutely honored and excited to be working with the team at Good Insight to engage deeply with the social sector, its leadership, and its communities. I’m looking forward to contributing to nonprofit executive transitions through an antiracist lens and deepening my understanding of how we help advance the missions of the clients we serve, by diversifying executive leadership for the betterment of our society”

Prior to Good Insight, Isha served as the Managing Director and Interim CEO of National Urban Fellows (NUF), a leadership accelerator program for BIPOC professionals, now in partnership with Georgetown University. She is an accomplished consultant, with clientele including various school districts, municipalities, elected officials, and nonprofit organizations focused on racial equity, leadership development and marginalized communities.

Good Insight founder and CEO Carlyn Madden said the following about Isha’s background and experience:
“I am so pleased that Isha will join our team and expand our work connecting good causes to great leaders. Our clients will significantly benefit from Isha’s extensive insight and network. Her passion for mission-driven nonprofits and her pulse on the needs of racially diverse leaders brings together a unique set of skills that will continue to advance our firm’s ability to dismantle racial disparities and systems of discrimination that affect our field.”

Please join us in welcoming Isha to the team! To learn more about Isha and her experience, visit our Team page.

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