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Christina Hooson


Christina comes to FSG with professional experience from a broad range of organizational settings, including the UN, national government, and nonprofit. At FSG, Christina has worked with corporate and foundation clients on issues including strategic philanthropy and shared value measurement.

Before FSG

Prior to joining FSG, Christina worked as an international UNV for the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Albania, supporting the Programme Unit with programme implementation and delivery in the areas of governance, regional development, environment, and social inclusion. Before UNDP, Christina was a junior consultant at Matrix Insight, a European public policy consulting firm based in London. At Matrix Insight, Christina worked on research projects for various European Commission departments, including a study to identify EU level actions to support Member States in assessing, forecasting, and planning their health workforce needs, and a comparative study to identify reintegration policy best practices in Europe. During her postgraduate studies, Christina worked for the Permanent Mission of Switzerland to the UN in New York, where she supported the Economic and Social Affairs Team for the UNICEF Executive Board Meeting, the 2010 UN Summit on the Millennium Development Goals, and the 65th Session of the UN General Assembly. She was also an Advocacy Project Peace Fellow for a local NGO working with the Roma community in the Czech Republic.


  • University of St. Gallen (HSG), MA in International Affairs and Governance 
  • King’s College London, BA in European Studies, First Class Honours


  • English
  • German

On working at FSG

“The desire to work on social issues I care about in a truly meaningful way brought me to FSG. I treasure working with such smart, committed, energetic, and fun people to push the boundaries on how we think about and solve challenging and complex social problems.”

“Choose a job you love and you will never have to work a day in your life.”