UHF Elects Goldman Sachs Executive Amal Alibair to Board

NEW YORK, NY—September 7, 2022—United Hospital Fund announced today that it has elected Amal Alibair, head of the U.S. Institutional Client Solutions business for Goldman Sachs, to its Board of Directors.

Ms. Alibair oversees Goldman’s efforts to deliver investment advice and services to nonprofit organizations and other institutional clients. She is Region Head of the Private Wealth Management business for the Mid-Atlantic region, a member of Goldman’s Consumer and Wealth Management Inclusion and Diversity Council and serves on the Steering Committee of the firmwide Black Network.  

A native of Somalia who immigrated to the U.S. as a student, she launched Goldman’s Advancing Black Advisors Leadership program and an initiative to increase diversity on nonprofit boards. She is also designing a multiyear program to enhance Goldman’s relationship with the Black community.

Ms. Alibair is a member of the board of the New York Urban League, and was recently named a Notable Black Leader of 2022 by Crain’s NY Business.

“Amal Alibair brings of breadth of knowledge and experience in both financial investments and diversity, equity, and inclusion that will be extremely valuable both in creating a more inclusive organization and furthering our programs and efforts to create a healthier New York for all,” said UHF board chair John C. Simons. “She will be a tremendous addition to our board.”

Ms. Alibair holds a Master of Business Administration from Stanford University Graduate School of Business and a Bachelor of Science from the University of Virginia.
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Sept. 7, 2022