Marisa Brasor

Chief Philanthropy Officer, Carnegie Council

Bio

Marisa Brasor is the chief philanthropy officer and leads the efforts on strategic partnerships with individuals, foundations, corporations, and governments at Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs.

She is a creative and pragmatic strategist and is responsible for expanding key global philanthropic relationships, with the public and private sectors, that strengthen and scale priority initiatives that are critical to Carnegie Council’s success.

Brasor brings over two decades of professional experience working with a diverse group of funders on complex philanthropic partnerships that accelerate impact, capital, and awareness for the most salient issues facing society today. Prior to joining Carnegie Council, Brasor led philanthropy programs at Health Care Without Harm, The Nature Conservancy, The Pew Charitable Trusts, The World Resources Institute, and The Johns Hopkins Children's Center, among other organizations.

Marisa has a Master's degree in international public policy from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Affairs (SAIS) with a focus on energy, resources, and environment; and a BS in communication sciences and disorders/pre-med from the University of Florida (magna cum laude).