Role at FSG
At FSG, Lily co-creates strategies for clients that will maximize their social impact. To ensure that these strategies are informed by urgent community needs and hold the highest potential for systems change, Lily conducts research, performs quantitative and qualitative analysis, and generates insights. She is particularly interested in collective impact, shared value, and inclusive markets.
Prior to joining FSG, Lily worked to support the spread and scale of grassroots solutions by social entrepreneurs at Ashoka: Innovators for the Public. While at Yale, Lily worked across the social sector, and in health care consulting at Penn Schoen Berland & Associates. For her dedication to public service and commitment to strengthening the university’s ties to the community, Lily was named a Dwight Hall Urban Fellow. Through this fellowship, she worked on local government fundraising initiatives at City Hall, as well as on recovery and rehabilitation programs at the Connecticut Mental Health Center. In addition to her work in local development, Lily gained experience in global health and systems change while conducting a strategic evaluation for a reproductive health and rights NGO in Kampala, Uganda.
- Yale University, BA in History
On working at FSG
“Having worked across the social sector: in government, nonprofits and around the world, I have often run into a ceiling on how much impact can be achieved. FSG is leading a movement that will shatter that ceiling. By applying business principles to social challenges, and designing revolutionary frameworks that re-consider who and how people can engage in systems change, FSG is creating a path towards a more equitable world. I could not be more proud to work with my FSG teammates and clients, whose shared commitment to large-scale social change is truly inspiring.”