Role at FSG
As a senior consultant, Michael conducts research and analysis to support the formation of his teams’ strategy recommendations. He is currently working on the development of a major international mining company’s shared value strategy for two mining sites in Peru.
Prior to joining FSG, Michael conducted research on productive development policies in Latin America for a study commissioned by the World Bank. He also spent seven months living in Chile and Argentina, where he studied economic development under different policy regimes. During his undergraduate studies, Michael interned with the Immigration section of the Loyola Law Clinic in New Orleans where he supported the provision of pro-bono legal services to low-income clients.
- Tulane University, BA in Economics and Latin American Studies, minor in Spanish
On working at FSG
“At FSG I am able to pursue my passion for finding innovative solutions to complex social problems. We take new ideas and translate them into concrete recommendations for how clients can achieve greater social impact. It is exciting to engage with a diverse array of stakeholders across sectors, from community members to the leaders of the world’s largest companies and most important institutions. It is also important to highlight that FSG has a culture of working hard while having fun, with a strong focus on professional development and continuous learning.”