Using his background in American law, international development, and business, Kerry advises clients on their strategic planning process and identifies opportunities that maximize the client's social impact in the United States and Latin America. Kerry has conducted landscape analyses on inclusive economic trends, developed frameworks to facilitate board strategy discussions, benchmarked companies across numerous industries, and led theory of change assessments for a variety of companies, foundations, and nonprofit organizations, including a national US bank, a small family foundation in Minnesota, and an energy company based in Bogota, Colombia.
As an undergraduate, Kerry focused on economic justice, human rights, and social inclusion. During his summers, he provided transitional support for incoming refugees at Casa de los Amigos in Mexico and legal relief to clients involved with the U.S. immigration system at Sweet & Paciorek, a law firm based in Philadelphia. Kerry also interned with FSG in San Francisco and co-created strategies fitted for the Reissa Foundation, a client dedicated to uplifting foster care youth with pending cases in the juvenile justice system. Upon graduation, Kerry joined the Tuck Business Bridge Program at Tuck Business School where he gained deeper insight into marketing, strategy, microeconomics, accounting, and finance.
- Haverford College—BA in Political Science, minor in Economics
- SEO (Sponsors for Educational Opportunity)
- Spanish (Fluent)
On working at FSG
“I am inspired by my colleagues’ unwavering commitment and dedication to uplifting historically disadvantaged and underrepresented communities within the United States and abroad. At FSG, our team leverages creative and strategic approaches to address social, political, and economic inequities, with the aim of improving global life outcomes and working towards a more equitable society.”