As associate director of the Gallup Center on Black Voices, Korpo Momulo leads a team that is responsible for developing and executing the center's strategy. Korpo brings the center's mission to life by overseeing breakthrough research that will create a better understanding of the lived experiences of more than 40 million Black Americans.
Korpo brings a wealth of organizational effectiveness and D&I expertise to this role. Before joining Gallup, she served as a trusted adviser for a diverse client base, where she created change management strategies with an emphasis on building inclusive teams.
Korpo has bachelor's degrees in Biology and Public Health and a minor in African American Studies from Indiana University. Korpo also holds ICAgile Certified Professional (ICP) and Certified Scrum Master (CMS) certifications.
Bachelor's Degree, Biology
Bachelor's Degree, Public Health
Minor in African American Studies