Karen is a communications strategist who has enabled dozens of organizational leaders in finding their authentic voice. With expertise in nonprofit communications and content strategy, she has both worked within purpose-driven organizations and as a strategic communications consultant to nonprofits in the health equity and racial justice spaces. In her role at FSG, Karen equips people across the firm to translate their innovative client work into stories and insights that accelerate social change across sectors.
Prior to joining FSG, Karen was a strategic communications consultant advising nonprofits on thought leadership and communications strategy. From groundbreaking advocacy campaigns to ensuring that dollars flow to organizations devastated by COVID-19, she has worked to tell the stories of people and organizations on the frontlines of social change.
As a consultant, her client portfolio included nonprofits and government agencies such as the Center for Urban and Racial Equity, #Vax4Community campaign, Take Creative Control, Paid Leave for the U.S. (PL+US), and the City of Seattle’s Office of Arts and Culture. Karen has also worked in the international development sector for organizations such as Acumen and Miller Center for Social Entrepreneurship.
- Santa Clara University, BS in Public Health
On Working at FSG
“With over twenty years of serving purpose-driven organizations, FSG has so many incredible insights to share. I’m thrilled to be a part of a team focused on sharing these insights to help more foundations, corporations, and nonprofits reimagine their approach to social change.”