Kimberly comes to FSG with a combination of experience in management consulting and global development. She has advised organizations ranging from Fortune 500 companies to nonprofits and social innovation startups on strategy, program design, and implementation.Full bio
Role at FSG
At FSG, Kimberly is excited to help nonprofits, foundations, government agencies, and corporations work together to address social problems. She is particularly interested in tackling system-wide, complex problems that require multiple actors to collaborate for change, and in helping corporations use their resources and expertise to create positive social impact.
Kimberly started her career in Honduras, where she worked with an international NGO to develop and implement access to finance solutions for bottom of the pyramid consumers. She spent three years in Kenya and two years in Central America working to expand access to finance programs, where her projects included helping an international NGO through the acquisition and merger of two microfinance organizations in Kenya, working directly with communities in Kenya to understand and document their financing needs, and evaluating the success of microfinance programs in Nicaragua. Kimberly was also part of a startup team that founded a socially responsible small and microenterprise finance organization in Mexico. Most recently, Kimberly worked as a management consultant for Ernst & Young, where she focused on developing corporate and operational strategies for financial services institutions.
- IE Business School, International MBA (Fulbright Scholar)
- Wheaton College, BA, cum laude in International Relations
- Fluent in Spanish
On working at FSG
“I was drawn to FSG on the strength of our ideas. I very much wanted to achieve meaningful and measurable social change, and I saw that FSG was generating ways for organizations to do that, every day, in every corner of the world. Now that I work here, I am discovering that the strength of our ideas is rooted in our people and in our internal and external relationships. It is a privilege to come to work every day and engage with incredibly intelligent people who truly want to make a difference, both as clients and colleagues. I appreciate that FSG is a place where we can listen to each other’s ideas, experiment together, and even fail in order to eventually create real and lasting change.”