B.A., African-American Literature, Columbia University, MSc, Development Studies, School of Oriental and African Studies  Languages:  Italian, French, Portuguese and a bit of Japanese

B.A., African-American Literature, Columbia University,
MSc, Development Studies, School of Oriental and African Studies
Languages: Italian, French, Portuguese and a bit of Japanese

Sala is a writer, communications strategist and creative consultant who brings a cross-cultural, inter-disciplinary perspective to every project, balancing a careful aesthetic with accessibility and relevance. She is a serial expatriate and linguist whose insights and commitment to “the least and lost” have helped reveal untold truths, highlight unsung heroes and celebrate hidden beauty.

For nearly two decades Sala has worked with international organizations, publishing companies, businesses and individuals to build their brand, engage audiences, and improve their impact and visibility.


Clients:

Nonprofit: African Development Bank; Blue Sphere Foundation; Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation; International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property

Government: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development; United Nations; World Health Organization; PARIS21; governments of Senegal, Ghana and Botswana

Environment: German Development Cooperation

Business & Finance: World Bank; McKinsey Social Sector Office

Advocacy: National Urban League

International Trade & Development: Global Partnership for Sustainable Development Data

Arts & Entertainment: Galerie Number 8; Two Lane Films, Little Dragon; Skunder Boghossian Estate

Restaurants: Panera Bread Company