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Camila Novo-Viaño

Associate

Camila joins FSG with experience in consulting, public policy research, and philanthropy. She is especially interested in opportunities for cross-sector partnerships.

Before FSG

As an undergraduate, Camila’s academic pursuits were centered on human rights, public policy, and ethics. Her independent policy paper recommending strategies for the United States’ response to Chinese human rights abuses was presented to the Council on Foreign Relations and the White House China advisor to the National Security Council in early 2017. The capstone of Camila’s academic work was her senior thesis in which she evaluated the International Commission Against Impunity in Guatemala as a model for strengthening rule of law.

Camila is passionate about civic engagement. In 2016 she founded Princeton Advocates for Justice, a coalition of campus advocacy groups with the mission of organizing and encouraging meaningful civic engagement on campus. In 2017, the organization was awarded the Alberto Santos-Dumont Prize for Innovation for its visibility and wide-reaching impact. As an undergraduate, she spent a summer with Resource Foundation where she oversaw and translated impact reports for clients funding projects at the local level in Latin America. Camila also spent a summer as an intern with FSG where she helped facilitate the visioning process for a strategy project with the San Antonio Area Foundation.

Education

  • Princeton University, BA in the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs
  • Certificate in Latin American Studies

Affiliations

  • SEO, Sponsors for Educational Opportunity

Languages

  • Spanish
  • Portuguese
  • French (intermediate)

On working at FSG

 “FSG is an inspiring place to work. My colleagues are passionate individuals who spend every day working to empower communities and organizations to create lasting, meaningful change. FSG values learning and  isn’t  afraid to adapt its ideas to improve the firm’s ability to address some of the world’s most complex problems.”