Jennifer Giroux is a Detroit-based strategy and research professional who works in the social impact field at the intersection of social resilience, stakeholder engagement, and organizational integrity, responsibility, and risk. With a background in Anthropology, she specializes in solving for big social challenges that address systemic inequities. She has advised and led projects with hundreds of large organizations across – including Novartis, Shell, Pearson, NewGlobe, Ford, United Nations, Cisco, NATO, EU, Center for Security Studies, United States Institute of Peace, etc. – on strategy, political and social risk, urban design & resilience, culture, public-private partnerships, stakeholder engagement, social innovation, and diversity equity & inclusion. As a natural collaborator who is passionate about moving humanity forward, she has published widely in academic and policy publications and has 20 years of global experience in over 15 countries, across 6 continents – with extensive time performing field research and leading projects in South Asia, Middle East, East Africa, and West Africa. In Detroit, Jennifer is a community leader and active in reimagining and rebuilding this great city.