Sarah Kalloch

Sarah Kalloch

Job Quality Fellow, Class of 2018-19, Economic Opportunities Program

Executive Director, Good Jobs Institute, Cambridge, MA

Sarah Day Kalloch has dedicated her career to connecting public and private sector leaders with front line workers to build better businesses, create good jobs, and define stronger social policy. She serves as the Executive Director of the Good Jobs Institute, which inspires industry leaders to redefine what it means to run a successful business and help their companies thrive by creating good jobs. She builds partnerships with companies that are dedicated to transforming their organizations by embracing the Good Jobs Strategy and co-creates tools and resources that guide the transformation process.

Sarah previously spent over a decade in international development, improving the health, human rights and financial independence of communities across Africa. At Oxfam, Sarah spearheaded global partnerships that encouraged leading food and beverage companies to adopt more sustainable sourcing policies. As an executive at Physicians for Human Rights, she co-founded two health and human rights organization in Uganda and Kenya and secured billions in HIV/AIDS and global health funding.

Sarah graduated magna cum laude from Harvard College and also holds an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management. At MIT, she was awarded the Seley Scholarship for her leadership, community contributions, and academic achievement.

Sarah Kalloch is a member of the Job Quality Fellowship Class of 2018-19. To learn more about the Job Quality Fellows, visit

The Job Quality Fellowship is part of the Economic Opportunity Fellows Network, a network of leadership and fellowship programs run by the Aspen Institute Economic Opportunities Program. Within this Network, EOP connects national and local leaders from across sectors — nonprofit, government, business, philanthropy, academia, and more — to advance policies and practices with the potential to help low- and moderate-income Americans thrive in today’s economy. Learn more at

Bio updated September 2018.