Ariel Dickson

Head of Golden Ticket (BD)


Time blocking, oxford commas, reproductive justice, speaking foreign languages (sometimes sounding like a 4-year-old), the daily NYT crossword


24 hours in a day, asking too many questions when watching films

What do you do when you’re not working?

You can catch me waking up earlier than most, moving my body (running always, rock climbing when I can), and tinkering on some fresh half-baked idea (hello, DIY hydroponic garden).

A bit about me

I joined 4OC at the start of 2022 after earning my master’s degree in global health and economics. While studying, I refined my quantitative analytical skills and consulted for the World Health Organisation. Prior to that, I spent most of my career liaising between stakeholders in the public and third sectors to design and deliver development projects at both the grassroots level and 30,000-foot view. I am both a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer and Fulbright Award recipient. Those experiences placed me in low-resource settings that required me to think outside the box to deliver meaningful change.

I am passionate about leaving the world better than I found it, given the limited resources on our planet. At 4OC, I aim to bring tireless energy to brainstorming digestible solutions to complex problems that make your efforts more efficient, sustainable, and inclusive.