Ebele Anidi has extensive experience in education and health. He has worked with a diverse range of clients to address pressing social challenges related to sustainable transport, gender equity, immunization supply chain efficiency, and mitigating barriers to educational success for opportunity youth. Ebele is interested in the application of systems thinking as a tool for driving meaningful change in the interdependent spheres of health, education, and social justice.
Ebele has experience leveraging strategy consulting, grounded in comprehensive research and insight generation, to support clients in developing solutions to complex, social problems. He developed cases studies for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to elevate best practice examples of programs that integrate a gender lens into sanitation programming. He contributed to a global landscape analysis for a philanthropist interested in improving the quality and availability of affordable center-based education for children ages 3–5. More recently, Ebele helped launch a long-term, cross-sector initiative to promote more equitable outcomes in the K–12 education system in Staten Island, New York. Ebele also serves as a facilitator of the firm’s African Diaspora Affinity Group, creating a safe, celebratory, and open forum for dialogue with people of African descent within the firm.
Before joining FSG, Ebele served as a middle school math teacher with the Teach for America corps in Chicago and, as a 2014 Leadership Fellow, he worked alongside fellow corps members and local community leaders to develop a value-based theory of change to address persistent barriers to quality educational outcomes for children across the city. Ebele has work experience as a consultant with the World Health Organization. He developed a series of impact stories for the WHO’s Implementation Research Platform and supported the launch of the WHO’s Global Observatory on Health Research & Development. He also led a landscape mapping exercise on the engagement of drug shops and pharmacies as points of health care service delivery within a partnership between the Alliance for Health Policy & Systems Research (AHPSR), USAID, PATH, and FHI 360.
- Harvard University, AB in History of Medicine & Global Health Policy
- Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, MSPH in Health Systems
- French (conversational)
On working at FSG
“At FSG, I have the privilege of working with people who are deeply committed to developing ambitious and innovative strategies to achieve transformational change at a systems level. I feel fortunate to be involved in cross-sector initiatives centered on accelerating progress towards more equitable, population-level outcomes, especially for historically marginalized communities.”