Sam has worked with corporations, foundations, and nonprofits on a range of social issues including global health, education, domestic violence, and entrepreneurship.
Role at FSG
Sam has broad experience in strategy, evaluation, and research. Sam’s consulting work includes developing corporate social responsibility and shared value strategies for corporations, strategic planning for a nonprofit involved in entrepreneurship education, and supporting access to medicines issues for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. He has also conducted evaluations of domestic violence providers in Missouri and grants to support community information needs. Sam has most recently conducted research on the pharmaceutical and medical device industry creating shared value in global health.
Sam worked in supply chain and sales analytics at a start-up company, helped start a successful restaurant that sources from local urban-farmers, and interned in microfinance at World Vision International. While at Berkeley, Sam worked in a CSR engagement with a Fortune 500 company and was actively involved in a pro-bono nonprofit consulting organization. Throughout the years, he was actively involved in the leadership of an outdoor wilderness leadership and teamwork camp.
- University of California, Berkeley, BA, Phi Beta Kappa, in Economics with a minor in Global Poverty and Practice
On Working at FSG
"FSG is the perfect place for me because it falls directly in line with my passion for the social sector. The culture here is something I’ve never seen anywhere else because it’s an encouraging environment for me to grow and learn in. It is filled with smart, humble, and passionate people working together to solve some of the most challenging problems our society faces. The work here is exciting, diverse, and challenging. I learn a lot, I think a lot, and I do a lot."