Philippe Sion has been a strategy consultant for the past ten years. He has had the privilege to serve many local, regional and national governments, corporations, foundations, and nonprofit organizations working on international development and community support projects around the globe.
Role at FSG
Philippe has led a variety of engagements on a range of issues including the evaluation of a major global health initiative in Sub-Saharan Africa, the identification of shared value opportunities for an oil & gas client in South Asia, taking a collective impact approach to climate change issues, and developing the strategic orientation of family foundations and large nonprofits. His expertise has also been sought after by governments in North America, Latin America, Western and Eastern Europe, Southeast Asia, and the Middle East.
Philippe has been a strategy consultant for both The Bridgespan Group in San Francisco and for McKinsey and Company in San Francisco and Mexico City. Prior to working in management consulting, Philippe held a research fellowship at the McKinsey Global Institute (McKinsey's independent economics think tank), with a focus on sectorial productivity, innovation, and global economic trends.
Philippe also was previously employed as an Associate Director at the World Economic Forum (WEF), responsible for directing the economics and finance sessions held at the Davos Annual Meeting and regional WEF meetings. He was part of the team authoring WEF's Global Competitiveness Reports, and managed initiatives on corporate governance and global governance.
- University of London, M.Sc. in Financial Economics
- Graduate Institute of International Studies (Geneva), Licence in International Relations
- wise philanthropy advisors (Geneva), Resource Board Member
- Jewish Vocational Services (San Francisco), Performance and Outcome Committee Member
On Working at FSG
"The complexity and the magnitude of the social challenges we face today requires collective solutions, involving all key stakeholders. That is what has driven my work all the way back to my Davos years to now at FSG. Specifically, the private sector must play a central role in tackling societal issues and that is why the work we do around shared value, especially in the global context, is so exciting."