English Sall is a data enthusiast and researcher at heart. English holds a PhD in Industrial Organizational Psychology (IOP) from North Carolina State University. English specializes in Humanitarian Work Psychology and is interested in how IOP can be applied to cross-cultural leadership and work-force development within informal economies. English is also a board member of the Sall Family Foundation. Additionally, she is on the boards of CARE USA, The EndFund, African Philanthropy Forum, Carolina for Kibera and Aspen Management Partnership for Health. English also currently serves as a principle at the Community Health Acceleration Partnership.
English is co-founder of the organization Impact Thread which uses IOP to address workforce and organizational development through a social good lens. Before co-founding Impact Thread, English was co-director for Aspen Institute’s Impact Careers Initiative. English has also worked as a Data Strategist Fellow with Organize and as a member of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychologists-United Nations Liaison team. English is also the co-founder of Embark, a Gender Justice initiative powered by CARE. English served as Visiting Research Fellow at the Social Science Research Institute Duke University in the center for Advanced Hindsight. English is currently a Post-doctoral Fellow in the Carolina Health Informatics Program well as an Adjunct Assistant professor in the department of Health Behavior at the UNC Gilling’s School of Global Public Health. English also serves as an Adjunct professor at Meredith College.