Ronnie Saha is a risk and strategy executive with Facebook Payments. He was elected to the Carnegie Council's Board of Trustees in 2020.
Prior to joining Facebook, Saha spent 8+ years as a management consultant with Deloitte, originally joining the firm's public finance / emerging markets practice where he advised ministries of finance and central banks throughout Africa and Asia on macroeconomic planning and public finance matters. In the post financial crisis period, he advised systemically important financial institutions (SIFIs) on stress-testing and capital and liquidity management and later helped to launch Deloitte's strategic risk practice, designed to help organizations manage the impacts of business model innovation, macroeconomic trends, and geopolitical shifts on their corporate strategies.
Previously, Saha spent several years in the international economic development sector, with NGOs and think tanks, including serving as special assistant to the president of the International Rescue Committee (IRC) and as a researcher at Harvard University's Hauser Institute for Civil Society.
He holds a BA from Kenyon College and MPP (international trade and finance) from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.
Last Updated: January 17, 2020