Role at FSG
In his over 13 years at FSG, Greg has led more than 100 client engagements, including over 60 projects advising multinational corporations on innovative shared value and CSR strategies. He has published numerous influential papers and speaks regularly on topics of shared value, CSR, collective impact, and philanthropic effectiveness. Greg has worked professionally in nearly 20 developing countries throughout Africa, Asia, and Latin America and his work spans economic development, agriculture, education, health, environment, and social investment. Some of Greg’s recent corporate clients include 3M, Cisco, Citi, GE, General Mills, Intel, Mars, Merck, P&G, Pfizer, SAP, and Target.
Prior to joining FSG, Greg worked as a manager with Archstone Consulting and as a senior consultant with Deloitte Consulting. He advised leading corporations in the retail, consumer products manufacturing, and financial services sectors. His prior social sector experience includes serving as Manager of Program Operations for the US-Asia Environmental Partnership, a USAID-funded public-private partnership focused on environmental improvement and sustainable development in the Asia-Pacific region.
- Dartmouth College, Tuck School of Business, MBA
- Hamilton College, BA, cum laude in government
On working at FSG
“At FSG I can channel my strategic management skills toward my passion for addressing the world’s toughest problems. Early in my career, my work and travels as an international development consultant in Asia exposed me to broken systems that undermine and thwart the enormous human potential that exists around the world and the daunting challenges donors face in both understanding those barriers and making a difference with limited resources. Today I advise leading organizations—in the public and private sector—on how best to tackle these challenges. I draw on my prior corporate strategy consulting experience to lead executives, teams, and collaboratives in identifying, developing, and executing practical, evidence-based strategies for greater societal impact.”