Role at FSG
Daniela will work on diverse issues to deliver thorough, high-impact, and actionable insight to FSG’s clients. She looks forward to drawing upon the collective expertise of the organization to inspire and co-create more good in the world.
Before joining FSG, Daniela worked at The WILD Foundation, a global conservation nonprofit. She managed the Foundation’s WILD Cities Project, a campaign to protect and regenerate nature in and around urban areas. Daniela also worked in the philanthropy consulting sector. She conducted research that informed grantmaking strategies in areas including education, health, and the environment. Daniela is a founder of The Torres del Paine Legacy Fund, which supports conservation and development initiatives in and around Torres del Paine National Park in the Chilean Patagonia.
Daniela is from Colombia. She graduated from Stanford University with a degree in International Relations and a minor in African Studies. As a student, Daniela held various leadership positions in organizations advocating for environmental sustainability, solutions to global poverty, and the end to ongoing genocides around the world.
- Stanford University–International Relations, International Political Economy; Minor in African Studies
- Questbridge Scholars Network
- Abramson Scholar
- Spanish (Native)
- English (Fluent)
- French (Basic)
- Tok Pisin (Basic)
On working at FSG
“Working at FSG is a true privilege. The team’s quality of thought combined with FSG’s effective frameworks for social change deliver valuable insight to an outstanding set of clients working to make the world a better place.”