Florian joins FSG with past experience in education, corporate social responsibility, and youth empowerment. At FSG, Florian has worked with numerous clients to address some of the toughest social problems in the fields such as education, community development, and global health.Full bio
Role at FSG
Florian works as part of case teams to help clients better understand and design solutions to social problems across various sectors and approaches. Working together with clients and other stakeholders, Florian conducts primary and secondary research, performs quantitative and qualitative analysis, generates insights, and co-creates solutions. Recent work has included creating a global philanthropic engagement strategy for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, catalyzing a cross-sector collective impact and community organizing initiative in the Fair Park neighborhood of South Dallas, and designing a 5-year strategy for Educate Texas, a statewide public-private partnership focused on high school and post-secondary education. Florian also co-authored a report on effective charter school authorization in Washington, DC.
Before joining FSG, Florian spearheaded the expansion of a shared value consultancy into India, managing the research, recommendation, and implementation process in its entirety. While at Brown, Florian helped design and implement the Dell Social Innovation Competition’s Semi-Finalist Fellowship for promising student social ventures and was a C.V. Starr Social Entrepreneurship Fellow and a Brown-India Initiative Fellow. Florian has served as the Fellowship Program Manager for the CLASSY Awards, philanthropy’s largest awards ceremony, and has consulted for several nonprofit and for-profit social enterprises across the world, including Parikrma Humanity Foundation in Bangalore, India, the Frankfurt School of Finance & Management’s International Advisory Services in Frankfurt, Germany, and Anza Cart in Tanzania.
- Brown University, BA in Physics & Philosophy with Honors
- The CLASSY Awards, Fellowship Program Manager
- Social Innovation Initiative at Brown University, Mentor
- Social Innovators Collective, Contributor
- German (proficient)
- French (conversational)
On working at FSG
“Being around a high-powered group of driven individuals who care about impact above all else—and who make decisions on a daily basis that reflect this value—has been truly inspirational. The opportunity to work at the cutting edge of social impact and create strategies, practices, and knowledge that could influence not only isolated nonprofits or foundations but also alter larger institutions, systems, and behaviors is not one that I take lightly. I am beyond excited to be a part of an organization that, like me, sets its sights shamelessly high while still being intensely pragmatic and results-oriented.”