Alberto Castellón

Philanthropic Advisor

Alberto works directly with TPI clients to help them achieve their goals through strategic, operational, and programmatic supportHe manages and supports a variety of TPI client engagements including conducting in-depth landscape scans and research, facilitating family meetings, and developing giving strategiesAlberto’s work at TPI aligns with his passion for strengthening and maintaining our democracy as well as community building through economic development. 

Prior to joining TPI in 2021Alberto was Strategy Consultant for the Boston Mayor’s Office for Immigrant Advancement and volunteered for the Democratic National Voter Assistance Hotline and Defending Digital Democracy Project at the Harvard Kennedy School leading up to the 2020 U.S. electionHe also worked as a Project Manager for the Workforce Housing Group, supporting affordable housing efforts in New York City, and spent six years working in public finance. Alberto has a Master in Public Policy from Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government and a Bachelor of Science in Applied-Mathematics Economics from Brown University. 

Alberto currently lives in his hometown of Miami, Florida where he enjoys spending time with his family including his dog, CharlieAlberto also enjoys being active and watching the occasional foreign Netflix drama.