Phalana drives learning throughout all Drucker Institute programs. She produces content for our online courses for managers and training programs for rising public sector leaders, as well as the digital learning modules for our nonprofit performance recognition program. Her portfolio includes executing our social media strategy, co-delivering engagements in our corporate consulting practices, and serving as curriculum specialist and director of our youth-centered Drucker for Future Leaders program.
Phalana joined the Drucker Institute in 2010 with a rich background in education, nonprofit program management and the performing arts. She has lobbied for public welfare reform with APWA (now APHSA) in Washington, D.C., taught and developed curriculum for youth and adults New York City and Los Angeles, and performed in various film, theater, commercial and television productions globally.
Phalana holds a B.A. in history and M.A. in teaching from the University of Virginia. She has served on the board of Kujali International, competes and teaches with Claremont Racewalking, and has recently taken on the challenge of studying the Japanese language.