Ami Valdemoro is an entrepreneur, leadership coach, health advocate, and social change agent. She is the Founder and Chief Empowerment Officer of Three Points Ventures, Inc., helping corporations and non-profit organizations with their leadership development, impact strategies, and execution. She is a Board-member of the social enterprises MyShelter Foundation and Liter of Light USA, which is dedicated to improving lives globally through community-built solar lighting technologies. Ami’s experience spans five continents, beginning with a tenure at the African Tobacco Control Consortium, a five-year program funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation for the American Cancer Society’s global tobacco control unit. She was the Executive Director of Friends of Hope, a Philippine-based social business, and of Hands On Manila, a non-profit organization providing volunteer service opportunities. Since 2016, as a member of the teaching faculty at CALI, she has taught in over twelve cities in eight countries, reaching over 1,500 individuals. After graduating with honors from Georgetown University’s Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, Ami earned her Master’s degree in Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School.