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Ajai Scott

Senior Consultant

Ajai Scott joins FSG with a background ranging from corporate to nonprofit work on a global and national level focusing on social impact. She values strategic analysis, racial/health equity, and seeing the human in each person to make a positive and sustainable difference. Ajai helps leaders, from where they are, identify transformative solutions to complex societal and business problems.

Before FSG

Prior to FSG, Ajai served as a Shield Emerging Leader at Blue Shield of California and contributed to healthcare transformation. She identified administrative savings, supported social determinants of health initiatives, and co-created and facilitated workshops focusing on racial equity, collective advocacy, and amplification. Ajai also worked as a consultant for a global youth nonprofit based in Mexico City and co-created an organizational strategy for implementation within the U.S. education sector. She also served as a New Sector Residency in Social Enterprise Fellow in Boston and worked with two youth nonprofits. Ajai implemented a wellness internship program for one organization and managed community relationships and workforce development for the other organization.

Education

  • MBA in Social Impact, the Heller School of Social Policy & Management, Brandeis University
  • MA in Sustainable International Development, the Heller School of Social Policy & Management, Brandeis University
  • BA in International & Global Studies, Brandeis University

Affiliations

  • New Sector Alliance
  • Posse Foundation
  • C5 Youth Foundation
  • Safe Black Space
  • Harvard Business School: Summer Venture in Management Program

Languages

  • Spanish

On working at FSG

“FSG is where cutting edge ideas of tomorrow meet people where they are today with results. I am honored and humbled to work alongside individuals who amplify unconventional thinking, collaboration, empathy, and sustainable change, while also understanding there’s no one way to address society’s challenges.”