Admas comes to FSG with an on-the-ground perspective to social impact consulting. With unique experiences in strategy development and program design/implementation/evaluation with both government and nonprofit organizations, Admas is committed to increasing capacity and deepening impact in the social sector.Full bio
Role at FSG
Admas is looking forward to working on projects in the collective impact and catalytic philanthropy approach areas. She hopes to use her expertise in human services to support FSG develop new types of projects and clients.
Prior to FSG, Admas worked for a for-profit consulting company with a thriving public sector practice in Washington DC. As a manager in the Strategy practice, she helped guide federal agencies and nonprofit organizations like arts institutions, professional associations and human services providers in strategy development, organizational design, business process improvement and stakeholder management. Before her tenure at the Kennedy School, she worked for a local nonprofit affordable housing developer in Skid Row, Los Angeles. In addition to leading resource development efforts, she also implemented an “early” collective impact project with 12 local partners that focused on developing new and innovative solutions for chronic homelessness in Skid Row. The project won a federal pilot grant funded by four separate federal agencies and become a model for permanent supportive housing in Los Angeles. In addition to achieving better outcomes for program participants, the project also demonstrated significant cost savings to local city and county agencies.
- Stanford University, BA, International Relations and Latin American Studies
- Harvard Kennedy School, MA, Public Policy
On working at FSG
“Working on the ground in Skid Row was a formative experience—not only did I realize the vast amount of change needed, but also the incapacity of the social sector to meet this challenge. I’m looking forward to developing and implementing innovative ideas and solutions in the social sector that achieve real change for communities in need. That is why I joined FSG and why I’m excited to be at the forefront of this movement.”