Sandra joins FSG with experience and interest in microfinance and environmentalism in cities across the U.S. She is a firm believer in the importance in uniting stakeholders and mobilizing communities to generate real solutions to social problems.Full bio
Role at FSG
At FSG, Sandra is looking forward to further the efforts to affect positive systems change. She is primarily interested in collective approaches that inspire cross-sector partnerships and nurture community development.
As an undergrad, Sandra worked with the student-run microfinance organization The Elmseed Enterprise Fund. Through client recruitment and community outreach efforts, she helped promote access to financial services for underserved entrepreneurs in the local community.
Sandra was also part of a team that conducted research and designed sustainability initiatives to further city efforts to combat the negative effects of climate change. She focused her work on the ways local governments and communities can work together to further sustainability goals and raise awareness of environmental issues.
- Yale University, B.A. History; Energy Studies Scholar
- L.E.D.A. Scholars
- Gates Millennium Scholars
On working at FSG
“I am excited to join a team that is constantly questioning how to best create change, in both the work it engages in with clients, and in the ways it operates. The commitment to reflect and produce social change at different levels makes FSG an inspiring place to be.”