Aisha Sarfo, Ph.D.

Associate Consultant

Areas of Expertise

Aisha Sarfo, Ph.D., leverages a rare combination of Behavioral Science, business strategy, and problem-solving expertise, and a strong background in education and social work to create sustainable solutions, results, and profitable productivity in any organization. She is noted for rigorous research and factual accuracy, strategic organization, and presentation excellence, delivered with integrity and professionalism. Her specialty areas include CLG’s PBL® (Performance-Based Leadership), performance management, behavior measurement and evaluation, and business development research.

Professional Accomplishments

Aisha oversees several projects with an industrial client to improve client leader behavioral skills and execution in reliability, health, and environmental safety.

For a national retail chain, Airsha developed behaviors and supporting materials for leadership competency. Earlier, as an organizational engineering company consultant, she developed an evaluation process and assessed the success of its strategic model. She also helped develop a strategic plan for launching an online services database.

Aisha brings to the business world an uncommon background of applying behavioral know-how in education and the social sciences. For a public school, she helped develop a program that significantly reduced undesirable student behaviors. In another program for individuals with special needs, she developed behavior intervention plans, conducted behavioral data collection and analyses, and developed staff training in data collection.

Education and Background

Aisha earned her Ph.D. in Applied Behavior Analysis (Organizational Behavior Management) from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She earned her Master of Social Work (MSW) from the Columbia University School of Social Work and her Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She has presented at the Applied Behavior Analysis International Conference and is a member of the Association for Contextual Behavioral Science.