Sarah Kalloch

Executive Director, Good Jobs Institute


US & Canada




Sarah Kalloch is Executive Director of the Good Jobs Institute, whose mission is to help companies thrive by creating good jobs. She builds co-learning partnerships with companies looking to implement the Good Jobs Strategy and creates tools and resources to inspire and guide any organization that wants to transform from bad jobs to good jobs. Sarah previously spent more than a decade working in international development and human rights. Sarah worked at Oxfam America on global food security and supply chain policy with both governments and private sector organizations. At Physicians for Human Rights, Sarah served on the executive management team, co-founding two health and human rights organizations in Uganda and Kenya and advocating for billions of dollars in HIV/AIDS and global health funding. Sarah graduated magna cum laude with a degree in Social Studies from Harvard. She received her MBA from MIT Sloan School of Management, where she focused on sustainable operations and received the Seley Scholarship award for leadership, community contribution, and academic achievement.

The MIT Inclusive Innovation Challenge to become Economic Prosperity Challenge in 2020