Alberto Lidji

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About Alberto

Alberto is a Visiting Fellow at the University of Cambridge Judge Business School (Centre for Strategic Philanthropy) and has interviewed 200+ CEOs and board members for the Do One Better Knowledge Hub and Podcast in philanthropy, sustainability and social entrepreneurship.  He is originally from Argentina and has research interests in diversity, global south philanthropy and sustainable business.

Alberto joined Anderson Quigley as a Partner in 2023 bringing his rich experience across a range of sectors to help global organisations focussed on social impact.

He was formerly Global CEO of the Novak Djokovic Foundation; Senior Advisor to the Goldie Hawn Foundation; and Director of Development at both the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Foundation and Trinity College, Cambridge.  He is a school governor, sits on the Global Council of STIR Education and is a member of the Judging Academy of the World’s Best School Prizes.

Alberto holds degrees from the University of Cambridge (Faculty of Divinity) and the London School of Economics (Management) and has published thought pieces in the Economist Intelligence Unit / Economist Impact on issues ranging from climate change and impact investing to gender-based violence and global philanthropy.