Aditi joins FSG with experience in building measurement systems and evaluating impact in the nonprofit sector. She has worked across multiple issue areas, including global development, impact investing, and workforce development.
Role at FSG
As a senior consultant at FSG, Aditi works closely with clients, including foundations and nonprofits, to develop strategic learning systems that enable organizations to articulate, measure, and learn about their impact. She also conducts mixed method evaluations, leveraging both quantitative and qualitative analysis to help clients assess their effectiveness and make informed strategic decisions. She has worked across a range of issue areas including U.S. and global health, policy, gender equity, and K-12 education. Most recently, Aditi worked with a leading U.S.-based philanthropist to develop equity-focused theories of change and indicators, and conducted a mixed methods evaluation of a global health pilot program in Malawi, Mali, Mozambique, and Tanzania.
Before joining FSG, Aditi advanced evaluation efforts and developed systems to measure impact across multiple issue areas and geographies at the Clinton Foundation. During graduate school, she worked on shared measurement at the Global Impact Investing Network, and consulted for a range of clients in social enterprise and impact investing on issues such as social impact bonds and women’s entrepreneurship. She began her career in the nonprofit sector, where she grew corporate partnerships and the volunteer program for the Chicago office of Upwardly Global, a national nonprofit that helps high-skilled immigrants and refugees rebuild their careers in the United States.
- Columbia University, School of International and Public Affairs, Master of International Affairs
- Northwestern University, Bachelor of Arts with Honors, Psychology and International Studies
- Member, American Evaluation Association
- Spanish (Intermediate)
On working at FSG
“I was drawn to the way FSG approaches complex issues in a collaborative and holistic manner, paving the way for lasting social change. As someone who values the measurement of social impact, I am inspired by how FSG intertwines evaluation and strategy, empowering those in the social sector to use data to make better decisions and deepen social impact. Each day, it is an honor to work with colleagues who bring not only their dedication to social change, but also an analytical lens to designing thoughtful solutions to challenging issues.”