Role at FSG
Since joining FSG in 2011, Elizabeth has supported and led strategy and evaluation engagements with leading companies and funders across five continents. She has advised Fortune 500 companies including Abbott, AbbVie, Becton Dickinson, Coca-Cola Brasil, General Mills, Intel, and SAP on global CSR and shared value strategies, signature initiative development, business case analyses, and shared value measurement. Elizabeth’s thought leadership includes co-authoring FSG’s white paper on Measuring Shared Value with professor Michael E. Porter. Elizabeth has also advised leading funders including the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Rockefeller Foundation, and Conrad N. Hilton Foundation. Elizabeth’s work has helped to catalyze significant philanthropic resources, business assets, and C-suite leadership to influence measureable impact on public health, farmer livelihood and agricultural supply chains, educational outcomes, and economic development.
Prior to joining FSG, Elizabeth worked with the GBCHealth (formerly the Global Business Coalition on HIV/AIDS, TB, and Malaria) to support leading multinational companies to address the rising rates of HIV in key U.S. cities. Through this work, Elizabeth supported Pfizer, OraSure Technologies, L’Oreal, the NBA, and others to develop strategies to reduce HIV infection rates in partnership with community clinics and hospitals, community-based organizations, and departments of health. Elizabeth holds a BA from Connecticut College.
Connecticut College, BA magna cum laude, History
On working at FSG
“I came to FSG because of the promise to support deep and sustainable social impact with some of the world’s leading social change actors. While this has been the centerpiece of my FSG experience, I’ve also had tremendous opportunities for personal growth and exploration. The organization is deeply committed to continuous learning not just for our clients and the sector but for ourselves.”