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Helaman Sanchez


Helaman joins FSG with experience in nonprofit consulting and housing affordability. He is interested in combining the efforts of the public, social, and private sectors to increase access to economic mobility, especially for historically marginalized communities.

Before FSG

During undergrad, Helaman participated in several consulting projects, including working with an on-campus social venture incubator as a consultant to a recycling startup and with an international development program doing small-business development in the Republic of Moldova. His on-campus involvement included serving in leadership for the BYU Humanitarian Club and working as a teaching assistant in the Economics and Political Science departments. Most recently, Helaman completed a year-long internship with the Clark and Christine Ivory Foundation, where he contributed to its housing affordability, community development, and COVID-19 response initiatives.


  • Brigham Young University, B.S. in Economics and B.A. in Political Science


  • SEO Scholar, Sponsors for Educational Opportunity


  • Spanish (fluent)
  • Romanian (proficient)

On working at FSG

“FSG combines the rigorous problem-solving and high-growth environment of the management consulting industry with a focus on creating meaningful social impacttruly the best of both worlds. I’m excited to learn from the many talented and passionate people here at FSG and to have the chance to work in such a mission-driven organization.”