Building on more than 25 years of international development experience, Kyle has led many of FSG’s Global Health and Global Development engagements.
Role at FSG
Since 2002, Kyle has managed over 100 consulting projects for FSG in the areas of strategy, program design, operations and evaluation. He encourages FSG’s teams to think creatively and practically to create client solutions for social impact; helps set the vision for the firm and manages the annual business plan; and he writes and speaks on ideas related to global health, global development and companies’ engagement with society.
Prior to joining FSG, Kyle was a strategy consultant at OnTheFrontier, a Monitor Group company. He worked with Professor Michael Porter on domestic competitiveness projects and advised Paul Kagame, President of Rwanda, on the country's future economic strategy. Kyle was also a country director in Zimbabwe and Rwanda for Population Services International, where he managed a $20 million program and launched a number of health product "firsts" on the continent: mass marketed insecticide treated mosquito nets, female condoms, and a novel network of HIV/AIDS voluntary counseling and testing centers.
- University of Texas, McCombs School of Business and Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs, MBA and MPA
- American University, Washington, DC, BA in international studies
- Global Philanthropy Committee, Council on Foundations
- Options International
On Working at FSG
“As a global health grantee in Rwanda and Zimbabwe in the 1990s, I often wondered how funders planned and made decisions. I knew that these decisions had big consequences as they determined the choice in grantees, tools and approaches used, budgets, messaging – essentially every facet of the change-making process. Years later, I feel privileged to bring my mix of consulting and on-the-ground experiences to help the ‘shapers of social change’ make better and more informed choices. I respect FSG’s ideas, quality of leadership, people, and values. Our commitment to impact, trust and collaboration, authentic engagement, and innovative problem solving lends vitality to our work.”