Adil Dhalla

Adil Dhalla is the Director of Culture at the Centre for Social Innovation (CSI) and an internationally recognized thought leader on workplace and community culture. Prior to CSI, Adil was a community organizer for the Obama campaign in Brooklyn, worked alongside Tanzanian farmers to introduce micro lending technology to their practices and was among the pioneers in the mobile video space with his acclaimed brainchild - My City Lives. In his spare time, Adil is obsessed with social experiments and co-founded Project Ukulele Gangsterism and Camp Reset, a summer camp for adults.