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Masha Alexander

Masha Alexander

  • Instructor, MS in Learning and Organizational Change Program
  • Senior Consultant Specializing in Organizational Change, Culture and Employee Engagement, University of Chicago Medicine

Research Interests

Organizational change, culture, and employee engagement


Masha Alexander is a senior consultant specializing in organizational change, culture, and employee engagement at the University of Chicago Medicine. In this role, she is responsible for improving how the healthcare system approaches large change initiatives and the employee experience.

Prior to joining UChicago Medicine, Masha founded and led Social Good, a four-person consultancy focused on transformational projects for visionary nonprofits. Clients included the Millennium Reserve, the Illinois Library Association, the Chicago Dance Festival, and Northwestern University Center for Public Safety among others. She began her consulting career as a project manager and strategist at Lipman Hearne, a full-service marketing agency focused on the nonprofit and government sector.

Masha received an MS in Learning and Organizational Change and a BA American History from Northwestern University. She was a member of the inaugural cohort of Northwestern’s Designing for Organizational Effectiveness Certificate Program.